The zero waste movement. Reusable straws, reusable bags, reusable everything. It's an amazing movement doing amazing things. But it's not as sustainable as you might think. The movement is flawed and often difficult to be a part of. Not because wasting less is hard but because the movement is accessible to everyone. Click through to read why the zero waste movement isn't sustainable. #zerowaste #sustainableliving
It was almost exactly two years ago today that I embarked on my first ever zero waste grocery shopping adventure. I’ve learned a lot in the last two years, and I’m still constantly learning as I go. Looking back on my journey, here are six things I wish I had known then.
“#didyouknow that if you change your current products you use, you push less trash to the landfill? 💡 #greentechmalaysia #mestecc #nosingleuseplastic #noplasticstraws #recycle #reuse #reduce #ClimateChangeIsReal”
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As consumers, we all have an obligation to conserve our resources and reduce the amount of waste we dispose of. And it's not that hard, too. Everyone can start implementing little life changes that will make a difference.