What is Save The Planet Summer Camp? Save The Planet Summer Camp is an educational experience that engages kids in eco-education & action! The Orlando summer camp includes supplies and activities related to Florida nature, environmental sustainability & how YOU can save the planet! All tuition proceeds directly fund environmental action projects in the areas of… Continue reading Save The Planet Summer Camp 2023
Most of us can never seem to find anything to wear while looking at our overflowing closets. There’re shoes, pants, belts, hats and shirts scattered everywhere, from top to bottom. With every upcoming event comes another day spent shopping, searching for the perfect outfit, an outfit that hasn’t been repeated or seen by the eyes… Continue reading Is Fashion Killing The Planet and Its People?
Environmental activists and scientists alike often experience bouts of overwhelming climate anxiety. These feelings can be both paralyzing and difficult to deal with. Luckily, the field of psychology which examines climate anxiety is growing, giving it greater legitimacy and introducing new tools for coping. Books like Sarah Jacquette Ray’s A Field Guide to Climate Anxiety… Continue reading Coping With Climate Anxiety
“Mycorrhizal fungal networks are a major global carbon sink. When we destroy them, we sabotage our efforts to limit global heating”. For many years the world has been looking for solutions to solve the climate crisis. Significant research has been conducted to find solutions to global warming, but this time, the result is beyond all… Continue reading What if mushrooms are the panacea that we have been looking for to solve the climate crisis?
The agricultural-food system (agri-food for short) has become a dominating industry for the human species. About 38% of the Earth’s land surface used for crops and pastures for cattle. Unsurprisingly, this has created some serious environmental implications that we should all be aware of (United Nations, 2020). According to a 2019 study from the Food… Continue reading Cropland Relocation May Reverse CO2 Emissions
Say No To Single-Use Plastics Plastic pollution is one of the most critical environmental issues these days. It is the accumulation of plastic materials (like grocery bags, drink bottles, straws, food wrappers, plastic packaging, and microbeads) in the marine and wild environments. This accumulation adversely impacts both humans and wildlife. 1. Every year, about 8… Continue reading Say No To Single-Use Plastics
Wasteful Food Practices in the 21st Century Wasteful Food Practices in the 21st Century. What is food waste? ReFED, a national nonprofit dedicated to ending food loss and waste across the U.S. food system, defines food waste as “uneaten food and inedible parts that end up being landfilled, incinerated, disposed of down the sewer, dumped,… Continue reading Wasteful Food Practices in the 21st Century
Nuclear Energy: A Closer Look Nuclear Energy. As we move into the future we are constantly looking for ways to be more sustainable in everything we do. With that, energy practices constantly come under scrutiny for their potential impacts on the environment. As our population grows, so does the demand for resources. This makes it… Continue reading Nuclear Energy: A Closer Look
What Is Circular Economy? Circular economy aims to “close the loop” is an economic system that reengages waste products into resources used for new products, services, and applications. This method is an ulterior to linear economy. Linear economy depends on single use items while circular economy aims to reuse items as much as possible. The… Continue reading Circular Economy: Closed Loop Waste
Songs From Celebrities About Climate Change Music is power. A power that has the ability to connect millions of people around the world. In recent years of the climate crisis, music has been used by progressive artists to mobilize individuals into climate activism. Innovative musical art brings awareness to relevant environmental issues from America to… Continue reading Environmentally “Woke” Music