Busting the myth that EVs lead to more emissions than fossil fuel cars

Busting the myth that EVs lead to more emissions than fossil fuel cars

There’s a false rumor being spread around the internet by trolls, well-meaning people and…the likes of Politico and WSJ Editorial Board about the environmental benefit of electric vehicles. Essentially the claim is that since EVs have to be recharged largely through grid power, they end up emitting more greenhouse gases because our utilities are still […]

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LEGO goes green

LEGO goes green

by Madison Pravecek A worldwide staple of childhood play, LEGO has announced that they are laying the bricks for a sustainable future and committing to use sustainable materials in their core products and packaging by 2030. Already in 2018, LEGO introduced a line of botanical pieces made out of plant-based plastic sourced from sugarcane. “At […]

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Your TP may be causing the destruction of Canada’s forests

Your TP may be causing the destruction of Canada’s forests

A new report from the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and Stand.earth called “The Issue with Tissue” reveals that Americans use three rolls a week and our preference for super soft tp is destroying Canada’s boreal forests and causing widespread environmental damage. 

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One (sports) entertaining thing: new WWE belt made of sustainable materials

One (sports) entertaining thing: new WWE belt made of sustainable materials

THIS is the new symbol of excellence. Say hello to the new 100% SUSTAINABLE HEMP #WWEChampionship! #SDLive @WWEDanielBryan pic.twitter.com/2C8yszzAko — WWE (@WWE) January 30, 2019 Generally, we don’t associate sports entertainment wrestling with sustainability but it seems as if the league’s younger stars are making a pledge to the planet. This week WWE star Daniel […]

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One cool thing: NHL All-Star game fights ocean plastic

One cool thing: NHL All-Star game fights ocean plastic

In a tweet recently posted by Adidas Hockey, the sports apparel company revealed that they would team up with ocean advocacy group Parley for Oceans to create a jersey for players in the NHL All-Star game made out of reclaimed ocean plastic.

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