Approximately 1.3 billion tons of food ($1 trillion worth) is wasted in the US per year. There is a collective effort among sectors to tackle #foodwaste, from the organizational, community, to state and country levels.
What can we as individuals do to tackle food waste this holiday season? Read more to find out.… Read More How You Can Reduce Food Waste this Holiday Season
Arriving in the Netherlands was quite the shock since I am from NYC. The streets for cars were narrow, but the sidewalks and bike paths were wide and in abundance! Everywhere I turned, there were parked bicycles, and there seemed to be more cyclists on the road than there were cars. I had taken a… Read More Netherlands: A Country Built for People, Not Cars
#WhoGivesACrap is a company that produces toilet paper using 100% recycled paper or bamboo to disrupt the paper production industry and help combat the rapid deforestation occurring around the world. Love their mission!… Read More Who Gives A Crap? The Company Disrupting the TP Industry
The common rule is to #recycle glass, plastic, and metals in your blue bin, but it’s not as simple as you think. Did you know that only glass jars and bottles are accepted? Find out more on my latest post!… Read More What to Recycle in Your Blue Bin
On 9/8/18, the global community mobilized to #RiseforClimate. What are the next steps? I suggest some calls to action for our elected officials to consider and hope you can join me in advocating for one, some, all, or more of these suggestions to address #climatechange and protect our #environment.… Read More How Our Elected Officials Can #RiseforClimate
My office had the privilege to learn #Recycling 101 from @GrowNYC and how we can #ReduceReuseRecycle. There are social, environmental, & economic benefits to reducing waste. Read to find out more!… Read More Recycling 101 with GrowNYC
I’m all for the movement to eliminate single-use plastics in the world, but we need to consider all populations and listen to all voices, including those from the disabled community, when making these decisions.… Read More The Argument Against the Plastic Straw Ban