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3 Ways to Make Your Buying Habits More Sustainable

Millennials are known for their dedication to the environment. In fact, this demographic cares so much about the natural world that 73% of them would willingly pay more money to purchase products produced from a sustainable source.

Whether you’re a millennial or not, we can learn from that statistic. We all, as a society, need to become more dedicated to buying sustainably-sourced products. It’s not always the easiest or cheapest option, but in the long run, doing so will have a large, positive impact on the natural world.

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Why Recycling Isn't the Answer

As children, most of us were encouraged to recycle. Recycling was the Earth-conscious decision, the standard of living an eco-conscious life. We assumed that the items we tossed in the recycling bin were actually sent to a recycling center, broken down, and used to create something else. That may have been the case in the past, but our disposable lifestyles are now catching up to us.

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Humans Healing the Planet

With all the intense, heavy news articles released every day about the state of our planet, it’s an internal struggle to not get swept away by fear. Today, we want to lift your spirits with remarkable events and stories about sustainability. Coming from around the world, we know these stories will boost your spirit.

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Companies That Are Crushing It: Part One

As a species, humans have the power to influence change multiple times each day. Every time we stock up on groceries, get lost in the world of online shopping, have lunch with a friend, bring a round of coffee and treats to our coworkers, purchase a birthday gift, or spend money in any capacity, we are making a choice about what companies we support and continue to fund with our money.

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5 Things That You Think Are Good for the Environment (Which Aren’t)

Today, everyone feels the need to do their part in taking care of the environment. We’ve all seen the documentaries, and we’ve all read the warnings from scientists about climate change. Collectively, we’re trying to protect the environment. But some activities that we’ve always accepted as “good for the environment” actually aren’t.

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Connecting Children to Nature: The Impact of Outdoor Education

Children are creative, imaginative beings. Their wonder, awe, and curiosity are a natural reaction to reality. Over time, if their eager, inquisitive approach to the world is smothered, the thrill of exploring slowly recedes, and learning can become burdensome and less enjoyable.

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