My Discovery of How Plastic Impacts Our World

From land animals to the coral reef and marine life, I think of natural beauty and a long line of evolution. Our world is not simple, it holds various diverse ecosystems with many unique living beings, all working together in a big circle of life. We have discovered over 1.6 million different species and there are approximately 8.7 million more left to discover.

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Aaron Skelton is an entrepreneur, electronic tech, editor, and author that works with the evox.Life platform. He is a simple person that has a very genuine personality. He likes to go outside, explore, and travel but also likes to be in bed and sleep all day. His favorite thing to do to pass the time is to hang out with his family and friends. He is a person that loves taking in knowledge to better himself and tries his best to prepare himself with that knowledge for whatever life throws at him.

Simple Ways to Save the Environment

As we become more eco-conscious, many people are taking steps to live green by making small lifestyle changes. You may be interested in living a more eco-friendly lifestyle but aren't sure where to start or which changes will have the biggest positive impact on the environment. The good news is that even small changes can make a big difference over the long run, but you have to find what changes will work best for you and your family. Here are some helpful changes you can make each day to help the environment while being more eco-friendly. 

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Indy Summers is a freelance writer interested in fashion, healthy living, and fitness. She has worked as a master in esthetician, as a personal trainer, and as a freelance model for several years so considers herself an expert in these industries. For more of her work, visit https://nouw.com/indysummers.

Tips to Be Stylish and Shop Sustainably

One of the biggest consumer industries in the world, there is no denying the fashion industry is negatively impacting our planet.

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Jennifer Madsen is an experienced freelance writer with a background in health and wellness. When not working she loves to travel and especially enjoys lakeside and seaside locations.

 

7 Recyclables You Can Also Reuse

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle—remember?

While I get a variety of reactions to the fact that I work in the environmental space, one I hear more often than most is “Oh, yeah… we recycle!” I always make sure to respond positively—our recycling rates could still use a lot of work—but I almost always cringe a little internally, too.

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The Green Divas share low-stress ways to live a deeper shade of green through a weekly radio show, podcasts, videos and blog posts. Working with talented partners and credible sources, the Green Divas produce content on a variety of topics relating to a healthy green lifestyle. Visit The Green Divas website to learn more, and check out The Green Divas on FacebookGoogle+, and Twitter too!

Is Recycling Enough? Cradle-to-Cradle vs. Cradle-to-Grave

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Pachamama Alliance is a global community that offers people the chance to learn, connect, engage, travel and cherish life for the purpose of creating a sustainable future that works for all. With roots deep in the Amazon rainforest, Pachamama Alliance programs integrate indigenous wisdom with modern knowledge to support personal, and collective, transformation that is the catalyst to bringing forth an environmentally sustainable, spiritually fulfilling, socially just human presence on this planet. www.pachamama.org
 

I'm Not as Cool as I Thought I Was Last Week

It’s true — my coolness has been completely botched.

I’ve always loved shopping at thrift stores. I’ve purchased a few new things in my life, however the main focus has always been on second-hand. I love finding that diamond in the rough, and you can’t beat the price. Most importantly though, I’ve always seen it as an under-acknowledged form of recycling and I feel good knowing I’m not contributing to new clothes being made.

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"I like to explore the intersection between emotion and business in the public-profit world. I have observed a natural tension in this space which leads to juicy and provocative conversations. I try to remain detached, stay open-minded, and play devil's advocate to seek and speak the truth."

TheEmoBiz lives in the forest with a spouse, toddler, and dog, has been working in business for over a decade, has a daily spiritual practice, and comes from a family of writers. Follow @TheEmoBiz on Medium and Twitter.
 

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Woman standing in a road covered in plastic and home garbage
01/21/2021
From land animals to the coral reef and marine life, I think of natural beauty and a long line of evolution. Our world is not simple, it holds various diverse ecosystems with many unique living... read more
Reflecting lens ball with upside down countryside
05/14/2020
As we become more eco-conscious, many people are taking steps to live green by making small lifestyle changes. You may be interested in living a more eco-friendly lifestyle but aren't sure where to... read more
Close up on clothing store hangers on rack.
05/02/2019
One of the biggest consumer industries in the world, there is no denying the fashion industry is negatively impacting our planet. Experts estimate that the fashion industry is to blame for about... read more
Many green glass wine bottles on cleaning rack.
07/06/2017
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle—remember? While I get a variety of reactions to the fact that I work in the environmental space, one I hear more often than most is “Oh, yeah… we recycle!” I always... read more
Crosscut tree with rings and leaves atop the circles.
11/10/2016
by Cecily Montgomery | Pachamama Alliance Economic Models With the world producing more and more goods, many environmental organizations promote recycling programs as a solution. Some cities,... read more
Overhead shot of thrift store shoppers looking at racks of clothes.
10/20/2016
It’s true — my coolness has been completely botched. I’ve always loved shopping at thrift stores. I’ve purchased a few new things in my life, however the main focus has always been on second-hand... read more
Woman standing in a road covered in plastic and home garbage
01/21/2021
From land animals to the coral reef and marine life, I think of natural beauty and a long line of evolution. Our world is not simple, it holds various diverse ecosystems with many unique living... read more
Reflecting lens ball with upside down countryside
05/14/2020
As we become more eco-conscious, many people are taking steps to live green by making small lifestyle changes. You may be interested in living a more eco-friendly lifestyle but aren't sure where to... read more
Close up on clothing store hangers on rack.
05/02/2019
One of the biggest consumer industries in the world, there is no denying the fashion industry is negatively impacting our planet. Experts estimate that the fashion industry is to blame for about... read more
Many green glass wine bottles on cleaning rack.
07/06/2017
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle—remember? While I get a variety of reactions to the fact that I work in the environmental space, one I hear more often than most is “Oh, yeah… we recycle!” I always... read more
Crosscut tree with rings and leaves atop the circles.
11/10/2016
by Cecily Montgomery | Pachamama Alliance Economic Models With the world producing more and more goods, many environmental organizations promote recycling programs as a solution. Some cities,... read more
Overhead shot of thrift store shoppers looking at racks of clothes.
10/20/2016
It’s true — my coolness has been completely botched. I’ve always loved shopping at thrift stores. I’ve purchased a few new things in my life, however the main focus has always been on second-hand... read more