I can understand that you feel like 2017 was a bad year to be a planet, but for every bad-news story, there are little rays of hope, people who stood up and fought or just, you know, recycled. Here are some of the best things that 2017 had to offer.
According to the National Resource Defense Council, 40% of food in the United States goes uneaten - that’s wasted time, money, and resources that pollute our environment. Luckily for us, there are a few quick and easy ways you can help reduce the food waste epidemic.
From the bottom of our green little hearts we thank you for enjoying our content and sharing it with others. Here are some of the things you liked most this year.
Chickens make great pets, and making sure they’re living the right lifestyle in turn helps to make yours more sustainable.
Emergency fishing kit is the latest bit of bushcraft to help you in an emergency situation. Learn how to make a fishing rod from a stick by watching our video.
Organic connections with existing and prospective customers are arguably the most valuable. They don’t cost a penny. Search engine marketing is still the best way to reach out to brand advocates, delivering relevant content to your target demographic and enhancing the overall value of your digital assets.