Green Your Tailgating, No Matter Your School’s Colors

September 6, 2017 by  
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What happens when you get 92,000 people together in one place on a Saturday before a football game? Tailgating is one of the most fun parts of watching a football game (both college and pro), but it isn’t one of the most environmentally…

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It’s National Secondhand Wardrobe Day: How You Can Participate

August 25, 2017 by  
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Chances are, you have a clothing item (or 10) in your closet that you don’t wear, haven’t worn since the previous solar eclipse and have no plans to wear here or in a parallel universe. But, before you purge your closet and launch your lightly worn…

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Zero-Waste Party: Your Guide to Pulling It Off

June 13, 2017 by  
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Parties are one of the biggest culprits when it comes to creating unnecessary waste. It might be easier, and possibly cheaper, to grab disposable everything for your next big bash, but is it really worth it? Why not go all in and pledge to throw an…

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4 Tips for Planning a Toxin-Free Summer Barbecue

May 23, 2017 by  
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With Memorial Day Weekend approaching, grilling season is officially upon us. Distant splashes and adolescent laughter can be heard from nearby pools, while tantalizing aromas from firing grills fill the air. It’s that time of year to channel your…

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Why You Should Ditch Balloons if You Love the Environment

April 4, 2017 by  
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After writing an article on traditions that are terrible for the environment, I received overwhelming feedback that balloon releases should have been included on the list. Never one to disappoint, I decided to do some research on the topic and what…

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5 Traditions That Are Terrible for the Environment (And What You Can Do Instead)

March 15, 2017 by  
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Holidays, weddings and funerals — all events that are practically bursting with tradition. Traditions are important not only because they bridge the gap between the generations, but also because they produce a genuine sense of comfort and belonging…

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How to Have an Eco-Friendly Galentine’s Day

February 14, 2017 by  
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Ah, Galentine’s Day. A sacred holiday observed on Feb. 13 by single females and their friends everywhere. And although it may actually be Valentine’s Day, there’s no reason you can’t celebrate Galentine’s Day today or…

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5 Tips for Hosting a Child’s Birthday Party Without Plastic

January 26, 2017 by  
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I believe that many people truly want to be more eco-friendly, but the how of it — the nitty-gritty details — eludes them. So when I talk about throwing a plastic-free, low-waste, eco-friendly birthday party for your kid, it may sound like a great…

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Your Guide to Surviving the Holidays with a Food Restriction

December 8, 2016 by  
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As merry of a time as the holiday season is, it’s also just as stressful. Besides presents and decorations and games, there’s food. (And food should always come first because, well, food.) If you’re reading this and are vegan,…

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Give Thanks for Environmental Progress in 2016

November 23, 2016 by  
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There’s no way to get around it, the world right now feels rather … bleak. Nonetheless, Thanksgiving has arrived and we thought it might be a good idea to do here at Earth911 the very same thing that families across the nation will be…

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