Some find organizing therapeutic, I’m not one of those people. I do, however, find joy in finding what I need with minimal effort. Since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, we’ve all been spending more time indoors. For some of us, time indoors provides more time to evaluate our surroundings. Whether you’re cleaning house to improve the quality of your Zoom background, or you just have extra time to clear out junk –Rohnert Park Community Services Center is hosting a free E-waste recycling event.
Acumen launches Cocoa Interrupted, in partnership with Hershey, to advance social enterprise’s role in cocoa sustainability Chocolate is a simple product that means so much to so many people around the world, but how that chocolate is made is incredibly complicated.
Last week, the link between the economy and ecology was explored as a premise to answering the question of how the Philippines must rethink its development strategies. After all, adaptation and mitigation to climate change is most urgent in a country directly facing…
With a global population co-experiencing social, economic, and health impacts from the COVID-19 crisis, research in Amsterdam provides a window of insight into how the pandemic might be shaping new perceptions of sustainability.
The average Canadian gets a new device every two years—adding to our mounting electronic waste (e-waste) problem here in North America.