How cute is jute!
Everyone knows jute. It's the second most produced and versatile natural fibre, only after cotton. And it's actually pretty amazing!
Feast with no waste.
Thanksgiving is here, and one thing it's known for is food. And along with food, comes waste.
Let's talk GLASS
Glass is all around us, from food containers to windows. It's a material that often comes to mind when thinking about living more sustainably. So what's the deal with glass?
And the green medal goes to...
The Tokyo 2020 Games sustainability concept: “Be better, together. For the planet and the people.”
The 7 Generations Teaching
The 7 Generations Teaching says that decisions made today should promote a sustainable world for seven generations into the future.
"Do you need a bag?"
This is a question we all have to answer quite often at the checkout counter of a grocery store. We know that a plastic bag is probably not a good idea, so here is some information to support that hunch.
Why ORGANIC cotton, if we don't eat it?
Cotton is the most vastly used natural fibre in history. It's soft, durable, versatile, and simply beautiful! But cotton does have its issues too, and it can be quite nasty when it's not grown organically.