Category Archives: Energy

Can Minimalism Bring Joy and Change the World?

Can Minimalism Bring Joy and Change the World?

The art of minimalism has been around for centuries. Many throughout the years have espoused the idea of owning less, thereby wasting less, and living a life based on accomplishment, emotions, and interactions—not things. In today’s world of capitalist excess, the notion of minimalism has essentially disappeared for most people. In this strange minimal existence,… Read More…

How 3 of the Most Sustainable Companies in the World Might Save It

How 3 of the Most Sustainable Companies in the World Might Save It

The problems surrounding the environment are substantial, and as such, they require big solutions. But while creating laws and regulations designed to protect the ecosystem are important, they are likely not enough to completely address the issue. Because of this, it is essential for companies, people, and really the entire planet to start thinking of… Read More…

How Dropping Oil Costs Are No Good for the Environment

How Dropping Oil Costs Are No Good for the Environment

Recycling has become a way of life for most Americans over the past 50 years. Collecting paper, glass, metal, and plastics in curbside bins is now part of the national fabric. In fact, the Environmental Protection Agency reports that we are recycling over 400 percent more than we used to. However, even as we make… Read More…

Waste Not, Want Not: 6 Helpful Tips for Schools

Waste Not, Want Not: 6 Helpful Tips for Schools

Whether you are at home or at work, recycling and waste management programs are a big part of life. How about school? Although many institutions of learning are proactive when it comes to handling garbage, others do not feel a pressing need for change. Without enthusiastic oversight and management, the process can feel unwieldy and… Read More…