University breaks are right around the corner. Whether traveling 10 miles from campus or 1,000 miles from campus, you can do so sustainably. Here are a few quick tips and tricks that benefit you and the environment!
Read here to learn about household and lifestyle DIYs that will help you take care of yourself, your home, and other lifestyle necessities. These easy (and fun!) hacks will save you time and money, including utilizing items you may already own.
With sustainability becoming much more critical to the public than in the past, many brands are changing their business models to be friendlier to the planet- or at least they say they are. This practice is called greenwashing. Greenwashing, specifically, when businesses claim that their products are environmentally friendly without that being the case.
Valentine’s Day is the fifth-largest consumer holiday in the United States, falling behind the winter holidays such as Christmas and Hanukkah & Mother's Day. According to two local florists, Boulder Blooms & Petals Boulder, Valentine’s day is their second busiest holiday falling behind Mother's Day. With such popularity, it’s not surprising that Americans spend billions on gifts.
Take part in this month's sustainable action: help the Environmental Center brainstorm sustainable solutions for the issues you see on campus. Submit your ideas by Feb 10th to have them included in the Feb 11th Sustainability Impact Accelerator workshop!
As the cold weather creeps into Boulder, you’ll soon turn to sweaters, cardigans, and crewnecks. Those are some bulky clothing items, and your closet may be cramped for space, which makes this the perfect time to slim down your wardrobe and the pieces you have in your closet. Here are a few tips and tricks on cleaning your closet and getting ready for winter!