What’s it going to take to create a just and sustainable future? Let’s talk about it! In our newest series, conversations about what we’re watching – and what’s working – in the world!
Have you ever wondered where exactly your garbage goes when you throw it away?
Why are taxpayers responsible for recycling costs if we didn’t make this mess in the first place?
If your bathtub was overflowing, you wouldn’t immediately reach for a mop — you’d first turn off the tap. That’s what we need to do with single-use plastics.
Asian countries are often blamed for plastic polluting the environment, but where’s all that plastic coming from in the first place?
Every minute, 1 million plastic bottles are bought all over the world – many of which end up in the environment. This simple solution can close the loop and reduce plastic pollution.
We see ads everywhere and kids are no exception. How does this flood of marketing affect a child’s development?
Have you ever wondered where all these unwanted catalogs are coming from? How are companies even getting your name and address anyway? This is why you’re getting a bunch of catalogs and what you can do to stop it.
Black Friday is the American tradition where millions of shoppers wait in long lines to buy more Stuff. How did the season of giving turn into the season of buying? Why does Black Friday even exist?
Do you ever wonder how stores can offer seemingly ridiculous sales on Black Friday and Cyber Monday? Learn the dirty tricks companies use to manipulate you into buying more stuff.
Here’s what you need to know if you want to make the systemic changes needed to end plastic pollution for good!
Amazon promises low prices and free shipping, but who is really paying the price for these deals that seem too good to be true?
Nestlé is one of the biggest companies in the world whose business model thrives on taking public water, bottling it, and selling it for a profit.
Marie Kondo is leading the charge to declutter and live a joy-sparked life. But what if there’s a deeper issue that’s not being talked about?
Cleanups are a great way to remove plastic pollution already on the beach, but how do we stop it from getting there in the first place?