Becky Hardin, University of Arizona Global Campus
Her book may not be a perfect solution to the issue, but it provides easy ways for beginners to transition to this lifestyle.
Katie Klear, Columbia College Chicago
Our planet is up in flames due to the climate crisis, but what can we do to help? The answer isn’t what you may think.
Madelyn Haasken, Bemidji State University
Sustainable fashion that’s budget-friendly can be hard to find, but these brands offer eco-friendly clothing, swimwear and jewelry at a reasonable price.
Searching through the trash is not exactly glamorous, but its many benefits might outweigh the ‘yuck’ factor.
Environmental factors have caused many changes to everyday life, one being how we use the restroom. Is switching out disposable bathroom tissue the right step or just absurd?
Tess McGrinder, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
While certain businesses may market their products as environmentally friendly, their practices are often anything but.
Ian Nordin, University of Texas at San Antonio
The concept accompanies the evolution of a culture that praises novelty over quality, and influences how much we waste.
Katherine McLaughlin, The New School
It’s important to the future of this planet, but it’s not an investment that everyone can make. How can we change this?
Christian Cannon, Rice University
Reduce. Reuse. Peecycle?
Erin Marie Winans, James Madison University
Though she’s only a sophomore, Oteri already has vast experience in the fashion world.
Abbey Slattery, Northwestern College
This Colgate University student’s clothing line brings plastic to the beach—in your swimwear.
Rebecca Friou, University of New Orleans
Next time you’re shotgunning a Natty Lite, make sure it gets recycled afterwards.
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