How Two Young Women from Opposite Coasts Created an Online Community for Global Health Information Sharing

The internet is one of the greatest inventions for information sharing, but it is also known for bringing people together. Online platforms brought Diana and Susanna together to create Global Caveat, a global health podcast that brings guests to discuss topics in the global health sciences realm! Read more about their story.

The Worldโ€™s Biggest Brands Commit To Tackling Plastic Pollution, But What Else Can Be Done? (originally published on The Rising)

Plastic pollution activists and coalitions have emphasized the responsibility that the worldโ€™s largest brands play in addressing this global crisis, but what else can be done?

8 Organizations Showcasing Solutions on Food Waste Management and Reduction in NYC

It's #WorldFoodDay! What better way to celebrate this day than by highlighting eight orgs and individuals who are paving the way to solve the global #foodwaste crisis, starting in #NYC? Check out more in the post! #fightfoodwaste

How One Consulting Firm is Helping Companies Go Zero Waste in NYC

Many of us have heard about sustainability consultants, but how much do you know about #zerowaste consulting? I had the chance to interview Sarah Currie-Halpern, Co-founder and Partner of Think Zero LLC and learn more about her zero waste consulting firm based in NYC (and hopefully expanding to other cities, soon)!

4 Zero Waste Beginner Mistakes We All Make

When I started on my #zerowaste journey, I made so many mistakes (and continue to do so). If you are just starting out on this journey, here are some mistakes beginners make and tips to avoid them!

How to Encourage Sustainability in Your Office

If your organization needs some help going green, here are five ways that you can foster sustainability practices and norms in your office. #PlasticFreeJuly #beatplasticpollution #sustainability #zerowaste

Plastic Free July: a Global Movement to End Plastic Pollution

Today marks the first day of #PlasticFreeJuly, a global movement that encourages people around the world to ditch the single-use plastics for a month in efforts to curb plastic pollution. Will you join in on the challenge this month?