Hey, remember my rant last spring about the plastic Turtleback cup holder meant to be used at the beach? And how I thought it was so ironic to name a product for a sea animal that is routinely harmed by ocean plastic pollution? A bunch of green bloggers created quite a stir on Turtleback’s Facebook [...]Read the full post.
A couple of weeks ago, I received an email from Gabriel Lamug-Nanawa (Gabby), a Jesuit priest in Cambodia, who has a proposal for churches in his local area to promote Plastic-Free Lent this year. Last year, Gabby went on a plastic fast for Lent and found the experience to be not only good for the planet [...]Read the full post.
When Yerdle, a new sharing website, asked me to provide one of the tips for its 7 Step Stuff Diet, a project to reduce clutter, I immediately thought of the huge pile of reusable bags cluttering my house. Now, we’ve all heard of the Bag Monster — that scary mountain of disposable plastic bags that [...]Read the full post.