Sustainability

What Is Vegan Leather And Is It Ethical, Sustainable, And Eco-Friendly?

vegan leather

The world of natural alternatives to leather is an exciting place to be if you are a vegan. From lab-grown collagen to pineapple waste, it seems that innovation is the key to unlocking a new and sustainable material. And to be honest, I only mentioned a few of the products in production here. However, my research always led me back to the same point. And that point is that all the variants of natural vegan leather require some sort of plastic additive. Which opens up the ethical question. Are we just potentially saving the life of one animal in the present by creating microplastics and poisons that will kill all animals in the future?

37 Achievable Ways To Reduce Your Trash Levels At Home

37 ways to reduce your trash at home

Each year our landfill waste slowly releases toxins, pollutes our waterways, and contributes methane to the atmosphere. So while it might be easier to simply ignore how much waste we produce, the truth is that we no longer can.
So at some point, it must have occurred to you that there have to be some simple, and achievable ways to reduce your trash levels at home. Ways that will not only save you money but will be both sustainable and environmentally friendly.
Well, the good news is, that there is, and that information is right here.

How To Reduce Your Carbon Footprint By 80% (With Ease)

how to reduce your carbon footprint by 80%

We must reduce our carbon footprint!
Did you know that if insulation were to be installed in 4 million European homes then the equivalent saving of CO2 emissions would be equal to planting 667 million acres of trees!
For real change to happen it must begin now and we all have the power to do that.
By adopting most, if not all of the suggestions mentioned in this article you can make a difference. You can reduce your carbon footprint by 80% or more, pick just one thing or several but please commit to changing today.

How To Reduce The Creation Of New Plastic (Recycling By Numbers) 1-7

creative mill how to reduce your plastic waste

Recycling has come on a long way over the last twenty years, pushed in part by changing social acceptances. The plastic waste that was refused as little as ten years ago is now readily accepted. Indeed this is the case of PVC, a previously none recyclable material. In today’s world, the desire for this product actually outstrips the availability in some areas! There is no mandatory requirement to mark plastics with a recycling symbol for consumer use. However, to aid the recycling industry, the plastics manufacturers mark their larger items with a code of symbols and numbers. This code is usually found on the base of the product and will help you to sort your recycling.