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5 Ideas to Be a Sustainable Small Business

We’ve all heard of corporate social responsibility, and the environmental efforts made by large companies. But what about the efforts that could be made by those running a small business? Sustainable small business practices can leave a lasting impact on the environment, productivity, and sustainable culture, while also helping you to save money. But where do you start?

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Saving Money with Sustainability

Now that the holiday season has ended, many people have set their resolutions to live in a more sustainable, eco-friendly way this year. Perhaps this piqued your interest, as you’d like to live more sustainably, but you’re worried about your budget. Fortunately, there are many ways to not only live sustainably, but save money while doing so.

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Setting Sustainable Resolutions

The new year is upon us, and it’s a great time to make a resolution to be more sustainable. There are little swaps that you can do in your everyday life to be more eco-friendly. While it's hard to change your lifestyle overnight, setting sustainable resolutions for yourself and your family is a great place to start. Teaching children to be more sustainable by setting green goals helps them to develop a more eco-friendly lifestyle that they can carry into adulthood.

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One Thing a Day to Make a Difference

Want to help the planet? Let’s make this week count. Get started on the road to sustainability with small changes, and if you’re already there, take one extra step. For one week, try to do one thing a day in your home or office to help heal the planet.

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Supporting Local Farms and Businesses

Wandering through a Farmer’s Market is much more than a trendy weekend activity. Supporting local farmers and businesses is a way to put money into your local economy, decrease your carbon footprint, and improve your own state of health and well-being.

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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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