Can one person make a difference? I’ve been asking myself this question a lot lately. We recycle, we compost, we try to lead a simpler life, but when it comes to clothes and shoes, a main focus is to look good and be comfortable. I am not super trendy (comes with my current status of … More Can the clothes we wear do good and still look good?
Plastics are polluting our waterways, choking our coral reefs and being eaten by birds and marine animals. The average American takes home 1,500 plastic bags a year, which are used for about 12 minutes. Most plastic bags are not recycled, and the ones that make it to landfill (vs. the waterways) take 500 years to … More Zero-waste? Canada to lead international “plastics charter”
It is common knowledge that New Yorkers are pretty lucky…we have amazing public parks and playgrounds that serve as a respite from the concrete jungle, and dozens of world class museums and cultural institutions to fulfill our intellectual curiosity. The parks are free, but visiting our lovely museums sadly is not. Well, now there is … More IDNYC benefits: New York’s best kept secret