Over 20 years ago, Del Oro struck a deal with Costa Rica to dump their orange peels and pulp in a barren area of land on their conservation. In return, they traded them a portion of land on their border. It was an amazing deal that ended abruptly when the competition sued. Over 15 years … Continue reading That Moment When Waste Management is an Ecological Friend
Water bottles are a great way for people to carry water without clogging up the planet with plastic waste, but what about the cleaning process? A new water bottle has joined the market in making water bottles cleaner: Larq. Recently Business Insider gave the innovative bottle a try. At nearly $100 each, we all agree … Continue reading Larq Water Bottles: Self-Sanitizing, Water Purifying
When you have a problem, ignoring it will do you no good. So, when Google had a problem with food waste 5 years ago, they started analyzing possible solutions. Today, Google cafes have slowed waste down considerably. While they still have a long way to go, they are making incredible strides toward a better future. … Continue reading How Google Has Slowed Food Waste
While this may not work in smaller towns, London is not some small town. So, when one London company started compensating employees for using e-bikes instead of a car, it made people stop and think. Is this viable? Green companies are a great way to love the environment while still making a dollar. How can … Continue reading Compensating Employees for Cycling?