Picking an initiative or cause to support can still be overwhelming. Check out the best organizations/nonprofits to support for your green business niche.
Sustainable and eco-friendly aspects are increasingly becoming top concerns for consumers – and the market is growing fast! Recent studies show consumers are now turning to fashion brands with sustainable practices much more than in recent years.
Buying green isn’t cheap. Here’s one simple step to reduce the cost of green and produce eco-friendly items that Americans can afford.
“It’s time for a makeover! But not for you – for your home. But are there ways to give your space a face lift without impacting the environment? Of course! It’s part of what is being called a “Sustainable Design Revolution,” because more and more companies and individuals are adopting these practices.
Laws are changing every day and many are shifting towards the movement of supporting sustainable practices. This idea, called sustainable development, combines economic and environmental wellbeing. Below are three major pieces of legislation that set a framework for how business owners can ensure a better future.
I can explain the circular economy in three, well-known terms – reduce, reuse, recycle. Businesses are starting to get on board, but what do consumers think?
Any progress is good progress, but a lot of large and small businesses can overlook some really simple and free ways to make their office more eco-friendly. Here are four.
As meal kits have risen in popularity throughout the country, they’ve represented a new and convenient option for anyone who might not have the time to cook or even meal prep for the work week. Even for myself, balancing work and school has left me almost little to no time to buy and prepare ingredients, much less cook for the week! A 2017 report from Packaged Facts, “Meal Kits Delivery Services in the U.S., 2nd Edition,” revealed the meal kits market was worth $5 billion.
“Eco” is only three letters, but it means a lot of things. Merriam-Webster defines it as “ecological or environmental,” but what does that even mean?
Most nail polish includes a cocktail of chemicals that are not only bad for the environment, but in some cases, your own health! I have compiled the most common toxins that you should avoid when shopping for nail polish so that you can breathe easier during your next mani/pedi – not just from knowing it’s a healthier alternative, but your nose will thank you.