Opting for reusable, sustainable alternatives to plastic wrap, baggies and straws is a great way to start the purge of single use plastics from your life.
Despite lots of talk, the major U.S. grocery chains have a lot of work to do if they are going to become part of the solution to our plastic waste problem.
Researchers are hard at work looking for biodegradable alternatives to plastic to wrap up and store our food and drinks without insulting the environment.
Getting rid of plastic waste across the board is unrealistic, but learning how to use less plastic overall — and recycle the rest — may be our best hope.
Dutch inventor Boyan Slat hopes his marine plastic collector will help solve the growing problem of too much plastic in the ocean.
Reusable water bottles used to all be made out of plastic, but nowadays consumers are switching over to greener, healthier options made out of glass, stainless steel and even biodegradable materials.
Biodegradable plastic made from biomass and even gaseous waste could be a big part of the solution to the growing problem of plastic polluting our land and waterways…
Strawless in Seattle: the average American uses 38,000+ straws over a lifetime without thinking about the implications of all this plastic going to waste.
While it’s important to recycle, how you do the deed can affect the impact you have on the environment and your household budget…
Method Home, Lush, Dell, G-Star RAW and Norton Sunglasses are among the companies putting plastic ocean waste to use in their products & packaging.