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Sustainable Travel Tips
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Leaving town doesn’t mean that you have to leave sustainability at home too. Even though staying sustainable on the go can be difficult, it’s certainly not impossible. Whether you have a vacation coming up, or an overnight business trip, here are some tips for staying sustainable while you travel. 1. Break Out Your Wet Bag When traveling, it’s hard to know what to do with dirty clothes, much less dirty reusables that can have beauty products or other liquids on them. This is the perfect time to break out your Wet Bag to store dirties like wet swimwear, dirty gym...
Zero-Waste Travel Tips
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Zero-Waste Travel Tips Things to pack, research and consider before your next trip What's the best way to maintain an eco-conscious mindset while flying? What about while camping or driving cross-country? Some of the issues you'll face while traveling zero-waste might catch you off guard. Whether you’re a sustainability veteran or just dipping a toe in on a #nowastewednesday, our little guide is here to help. 1. Reducing single-use on the go. It may seem obvious, but bring your own canteen or travel mug. Single-use cups and water bottles are the most pervasive when traveling but also the easiest to avoid. Save money and reduce waste...
Ditch Plastic: Our Plastic-Free Glossary!
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“We see straws as an important education opportunity, but really they're just the tip of the wasteberg," said Ecology Center executive director Martin Borque. Plastic Free July inspired us to put together a glossary of solutions to the most common and pervasive plastics in our daily lives. We've lived without plastic before, and we can do it again! With our collective knowledge, we can get back to a simpler and more satisfying lifestyle, free of harmful plastic. This glossary is not finished! Please comment or email your plastic-free solutions. Eating at home Utensils: Switch to metal, wood or bamboo...