| revolve-lution | How REVOLVE is Joining the Fashion Revolution & the Top 10 Ethical Brands You Can Shop There
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| revolve-lution | How REVOLVE is Joining the Fashion Revolution & the Top 10 Ethical Brands You Can Shop There

This is an adaptation of a post I wrote for Sagekat, a great new resource for all things ethical fashion, beauty and shopping. Original post can be found here, on Sagekat’s website. The words ethical and sustainable fashion have often been met with a cold shoulder (pun intended) from fashionistas near and far. And I’ll be … Continue reading

| trash talkin’ on tuesday – waste to waves | Why You Need to Give All Your Styrofoam to These Guys So They Can Make Surfboards
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| trash talkin’ on tuesday – waste to waves | Why You Need to Give All Your Styrofoam to These Guys So They Can Make Surfboards

I talk about plastic pollution. Alot. But one thing I don’t often touch on is actually one of the biggest offenders — polystyrene, or as you probably know it, styrofoam. According to the Environmental Production Agency, styrofoam is the fifth largest source of hazardous waste in the United States. The production, use and disposal of … Continue reading

| trash talkin’ on tuesday – thread international | Thread International, the Company Turning Haiti’s Trash Into Fabric (And Creating Jobs While Doing It)
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| trash talkin’ on tuesday – thread international | Thread International, the Company Turning Haiti’s Trash Into Fabric (And Creating Jobs While Doing It)

I’ll admit it, few materials in life are as convenient as plastic. It is used for gosh-darn, quite near everything in our lives — vehicles, packaging, electronics, clothing, I mean, you name it, plastic is probably in it. I’ll also admit that I may or may not sometimes overdo it when it comes to talking … Continue reading

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This Is Why (And How) You Should Pack Light For Your Next Trip What you pack might have a lesser impact on the environment or your carbon footprint than say the type of transportation you use, but it makes an impact nonetheless. And you know what they say about small steps (they turn into miles, … Continue reading