13 Easy Zero Waste Resolutions You Can Make For 2018

1. Take a “no new clothes” pledge. The US alone throws away 25 billion pounds of clothing every. single. year. Fast-fashion items are poorly-made on purpose to get you running back for more tank tops once your old ones fall apart. It’s a vicious, wasteful cycle, and you have the power to not be a … Continue reading 13 Easy Zero Waste Resolutions You Can Make For 2018

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Plastic In The Ocean Facts – The World Counts

Please help clean the ocean AND Mother Earth. Thanks for watching. https://www.theworldcounts.com/counters/ocean_ecosystem_facts/plastic_in_the_ocean_facts

I’m on holiday/vacation. By The Silver Sage Witch

Hello hello! I hope you're doing well and your week is going well, even though I wasn't able to do your Angel Guidance this week. Im on holiday in the Oswestry, England/Wales until th 20th of this month. I will try to do the Witching Crossroads this Thursday, but please dont be disappointed if i … Continue reading I’m on holiday/vacation. By The Silver Sage Witch

11 Ways to Save Mother Earth

“Be the change you wish to see in the world.” – Mahatma Gandhi The greatest aspirations of humankind have always been to save the world, and also save ourselves. As fallible human beings, it’s too easy getting into a mindset in which we think making a difference is impossible – but it’s not. It’s too … Continue reading 11 Ways to Save Mother Earth

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The Importance of Recycling to the Environment. David Nicoll

Usually, recycling means turning used materials labelled as ‘Recyclable’ in a disposer container where these are meant to be taken and reuse as materials for new products. Recyclable products are used as the raw materials for new products. As the number of our natural resources is decreasing day by day and if this continues nothing … Continue reading The Importance of Recycling to the Environment. David Nicoll