Descobrimos completamente por acaso esta conta de Instagram fantástica. Pertence a Maddie Bright, @maddieandthemoon , é uma ilustradora americana vegan e apaixonada por botânica e pelo movimento "Zero Waste". Ontem, enviámos uma mensagem à Maddie e pedimos para partilhar. Ela foi muito simpática e ainda agradeceu. <3 Nós é que agradecemos pela inspiração e pela forma criativa de partilhar os ideais em que acredita, as receitas e os conselhos para uma vida "zero desperdício". Sigam, que vale
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Zero-waste markets are coming to the U.S. While very popular in Europe, this trend in grocery shopping isn't as well known in North America.Sarah Metz drew a lot of inspiration for her shop from similar European ones, like this, in Berlin.The Fillery via InstagramThe Fillery, brainchild of Sarah Met...
Netflix is one of the first places I go when I’m ready to dig deep into learning something new. I am a huge fan of the documentaries section! Here are the 10 Netflix documentaries on sustainability and wellness that are at the top of my list. Not gonna lie, there are few things I enjoy more …
Plastics are one of the most versatile and convenient materials on the planet, but their improper disposal has had devastating effects on the environment. The amount of plastic waste in our environment has become so severe that an estimated 46,000 pieces of plastic float in each square mile of ocean. Custom Made developed an infographic that highlights the massive scale of the problem and the easy steps everyone can take to lessen dependency on plastics. Click through to read them all.
How Plastic Bags Are Hurting The Environment Infographic
How Plastic Bags Are Hurting Our Planet Infographic. Plastic Flow by The Invisible Spark is a great pinboard for sustainable plastic options. It is terrifying that we use so much oil just to make plastic bags! Oil isn't cheap so how are they? Surely tote bags could be made cheaper and more sustainable (and even be more fashionable, think Anya Hindmarch)