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What should be your next step towards sustainability

I’ve been struggling lately. I had so many plans for #secondhandseptember. My list of things I wanted to achieve over the course of last month was two pages long. I was motivated and excited. Then something happened, and to be perfectly honest, I’m still not sure what changed. Work picked up and I was a… Continue reading What should be your next step towards sustainability

activism · minimalism

Getting ready for #secondhandseptember

One of the advantages of being online is having an endless source of ideas to keep things interesting when it comes to sustainability. Being environmentally friendly and making conscious consumer choices can get hard, given all the additional work that has to go into even the simplest tasks. Doing challenges and focusing on specific areas… Continue reading Getting ready for #secondhandseptember

activism

This is it. We’ve run out of renewable resources

The Earth Overshoot Day is this weekend (on August 22 to be specific). Starting August 23 we will be using our planet’s resources that Earth is unable to regenerate this year. That’s it. That’s the post. Starting Sunday, everything you consume, and everything you throw out is not something that Earth can grow back for… Continue reading This is it. We’ve run out of renewable resources

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The best goal for 2020 is to try and #MoveTheDate

I’ve written about the Earth Overshoot Day in the past and about the ecological footprint each of us has. I’ve written about all the ways we could lower our impact on the environment. Here’s the cruel truth: In 2019 Earth Overshoot Day was July 29. On July 30 we started to use resources Earth cannot… Continue reading The best goal for 2020 is to try and #MoveTheDate

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Why you should care about your city’s public transportation

I don’t have a driving license. In fact, I don’t have a car. I’d like to say that the choice to not go to driving school while all my high school friends were signing up for it was based on environmental reasons, but I wasn’t that woke at eighteen. The actual reason why I didn’t… Continue reading Why you should care about your city’s public transportation