Lower your environmental impact without sacrificing satisfaction.
Don’t let greenwashing fool you. Look for these key certifications, labels and identifiers to make sure you’re choosing items that are truly green.
You don’t have to radically revamp your eating habits or say goodbye to your favorite foods to make your diet more sustainable.
Say goodbye to single-use plastic and start using these cleaner, greener alternatives.
Don’t let popular mistruths or misconceptions sway your thoughts on living a more sustainable life. Here’s the truth about going green.
All it takes is one super simple swap to achieve a more sustainable diet – and no, you don’t have to completely turn your back on meat.
Think reducing your food waste means you have to invest in the lengthy composting process? Not anymore! With these simple tips, you can turn would-be trash into nutritious food for your plants.
Food waste is a dire environmental problem. But a new movement to create upcycled foods – and an Upcycled Certified food label – just might be the solution we need to combat a big climate change contributor.
The basic premise of composting is simple: Biodegradable waste (food scraps, coffee grounds, old leaves) returns to the ground from whence it came. But composting can be more complex than you think. We're here to demystify the process so you can make it a regular part of your routine.