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January's Sustainable Book Club Pick Is Here!

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2021’s Sustainable Book Club Reads in Review!

2021’s Sustainable Book Club Reads in Review!

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  • Craving a drink? Opt for this kind with an energy-saving secret ⚡️

    Craving a drink? Opt for this kind with an energy-saving secret ⚡️

    ICYMI this holiday season, we’re sharing facts, oddities, and other sustainable conversation starters to make your holiday events a bit more memorable. Today is a "Part 2" about the power (literally) of recycling. This time with glass bottles! A glass bottle of water has more power than meets the eye. Recycling a single glass bottle can actually power a reading...

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  • Caffeine!

    Caffeine!

    ICYMI this holiday season, we’re sharing facts, oddities, and other sustainable conversation starters to make your holiday events a bit more memorable. (Think safe and lowkey fascinating things you can bring up at a holiday dinner). Today, we’re talking pesticides–the "natural" kind, that is. Whether you’re an organic food head or not, it’s easy to understand the point of pesticides–they...

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  • Recycling * this * could power your TV for 3 hours...

    Recycling * this * could power your TV for 3 hours...

    ICYMI this holiday season, we’re sharing facts, oddities, and other sustainable conversation starters to make your holiday events a bit more memorable. This one is a real mind blower: did you know that recycling just ONE aluminum can saves enough energy to power a TV for 3 hours? In fact, aluminum is one of the most recyclable materials out there....

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  • Extra Extra-ordinary Read All About...Bread Tags!

    Extra Extra-ordinary Read All About...Bread Tags!

    ICYMI this holiday season, we’re sharing facts, oddities, and other sustainable conversation starters to make your holiday events a bit more memorable. Today, we’re thinking about how much bread we’ve been eating this season (a lot) and just what to do about bread tags.   Believe it or not, those pesky plastic tags you play countertop hide and seek with...

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