Originally proposed as “a day to honor the earth and the concept of peace,” Earth Day serves as a reminder to take the time to appreciate what we have and to identify what we can do to be kind stewards of our home. Our planet, where we live, eat, love, and play, provides us with everything we need to exist. The effects of climate change need our efforts more than ever to preserve what we have and restore what we can. We can do simple things in our day-to-day lives (such as lowering the heat), but more importantly, we must determine how we can have a real effect.
In addition to single-use plastic bags, we’re questioning the environmental skeletons in the closet that hides beneath lettuce’s lush and leafy green exterior.
COVID has deeply impacted the way we live. In 2020, for the first time in decades, the global economy has used less natural resources. Were we at last starting to live in a more sustainable way? The answer came today and it is bad news: today, July 29, is the Earth Overshoot Day this […]