Scott Munguia, a Mexican biochemical engineer named Scott Munguia has figured out a way to turn avocado pits into straws and single-use utensils.
Ever since moving to America from China, my mission to lead a zero-waste lifestyle has become significantly more difficult. In
Second hand shopping has been a passion of mine for a while now for two reasons. First, there’s the positive
…and why they’re all FALSE! You may have some doubts about buying a Tesla, or maybe you’re considering grabbing yourself
According to Green Mountain Energy, their customers have avoided using over 69 billion pounds of CO2 which is the equivalent of planting over 8 million trees. You can see the climbing numbers on their website. By the time you check it out for yourself, it’ll be over 70 billion and we can only hope that it keeps climbing!
This weeks Mealworm Monday features our first pupae from the Hive, the world’s first edible insect desktop farm by Livin
Yes, the Gardens by the Bay are an amazing green initiative that uses waste from the city and turns it into energy to power the entire park. Then there’s the tap water, that is cleaned using reverse osmosis which turns sewage into safe drinking water. It’s absolutely genius and the epitome of zero-waste. But…
In the morning, you stop at Starbucks for an iced coffee. You like it sweet, so your stir in some
Entomophagy is the practice of eating insects that I will be telling you about in the upcoming series of posts
Our recent travel adventures took us to Singapore! A city known for it’s cleanliness, passion for sustainability and of course,