The United States spends more on trash bags than ninety other countries spend on everything. In other words, the receptacles of our waste cost more than all of the goods of consumed by nearly half of the world’s nations. Polly LaBarre (via inthenoosphere)

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Hello friends, I’m Brooke Kather! For starters, I was born and bred in Mission Viejo, California and just recently left Orange County to enter the beautiful city of San Diego to pursue a degree in Sustainability at San Diego State University. Ever since I can remember, I have been highly active and mesmerized by the […]

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Glass or can? Can or glass?


Today’s post comes from Mere!! Read on and cheers, Tumblr readers! Ever since beer has gone into both cans and bottles, there has been debate over the most environmentally conscious way to sit down and have a cold one. Thanks to San Diego’s thriving microbrewery scene the answer is clear—neither is the best option! The […]

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