Bolivia, Brazil, Russia, Indonesia, Spain, California, Greece, Turkey, our forests are burning everywhere we look. And we can't afford to lose them now or ever.
Forests are vital in keeping our climate stable. The Amazon Rainforest alone creates 20% of the oxygen on Earth and holds more than 140 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide. Not to mention that it's home to 30 million people and hosts the largest concentration of biodiversity on the planet.
As promised in our last post on consumer education, I’ve put together a list of 10 must-swap grocery store items, both for the betterment of your health and also for the world and the environment.
With World Water Day coming up on March 22nd, it's important for us to take the time to think about how fortunate we are to have access to clean drinking water, hot showers, etc., while so many around the world don't. It's equally as important for us to think about how we are consuming water and the ways in which we can learn to conserve it daily. Here are 5 ways you can conserve water today...