actionable tips: what we can do as grassroots individuals for the environment and climate
Carry your own travel mug, real fork, and bowl, so that you can reach beyond single-use "disposable" items.
Simplifying your stuff can start with the unused items in your clothes closet.
Use your kitchen disposal only occasionally; put waste in its proper place.
It's not going to "get better" soon. We can't just "wait it out." Water issues are the new normal. So, what can we do?
Here are a few ways to reduce the climate impact of your laundry - for both renters and homeowners
Rain barrels are an excellent way to "dip your toe in the water" of beginning rainwater awareness.
Here are a few habits which are part of the world of the past, a world that is (or should be) slipping away.
Everything we put into the cans headed to the landfill is a waste of earth's resources. Here's how to analyze your outflow, and channel it to higher uses.
Most water-saving tips focus on the faucet. I'm encouraging you to focus as well on where the water goes, where it leaves your home.
Here are a few tips to deepen your water-saving Practice, which you aren't likely to find on typical how-to lists. The habit shifts apply no matter whether you live in a house, rental, condo, or apartment.