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Does it make more sense to recycle our trash or to just, well, trash it? The popularity of recycling waste is undeniable. Recycling waste is a topic many now agree on. And yet, its critics abound.
People have needed effective solutions to deal with trash since the beginning of human civilization. Native Americans kept dedicated sites for their trash, too. These mounds of refuse provide a glimpse of prehistoric life. What can we do with all our trash today?
By now, sustainability as a concept has worked its way into everyday life. But knowing the definition will not by itself bring sustainability into your life. What does sustainability mean to you, and how can you incorporate it into your everyday life?
For entrepreneurs looking to start a sustainable business, now is the best time to do so. As reported by Business Line, businesses that follow a sustainable strategy are 2.5 times more likely to be successful than those that don’t,
We hear from most news channels about the degraded state of our planet. It’s bound to produce anxiety for many. And yet, there are things you can do to reduce that anxiety. Taking small actions to save our planet is a worthwhile way to relieve climate anxiety.
Many entrepreneurs feel like it’s impossible to follow green practices in their business, or to even make a difference. If you’re curious about entrepreneurship, and you want to help the environment, launching a sustainable business might be in your future.
Mari McCarthy has done it again: she’s written a book of inspiration for living your best life. She says that self-acceptance and a healthy dose of self-respect will lead you to find your best self. Grab your journal and follow her prompts to find your best life.
The United Nations celebrated its 75th anniversary in 2020. After the carnage that was World War II, 50 nations gathered in San Francisco to agree to the “United Nations Declaration” that no such war would again occur.
Ever since the induction of the Industrial Revolution, the developed world has run on the concept of a linear economy. Based on the “take-make-waste,” model of production, a linear economy has been the preferred method of commerce since the mid-nineteenth century. A circular economy, on the other hand …