The Time Is Now

Do your part before it's too late.

Make a Difference

Use Your Own Reusable Cup for Your Morning Coffee

Many coffee shops, including Starbucks, offer a discount if you bring your own cup. Save money and reduce waste!

Go Vegan or Try Meat-Free Mondays

Animal agriculture is detrimental to the environment, accounting for up to 51% of global greenhouse gas emissions.

Stop Your Local Newspaper Subscription

69% of newspapers printed in the US end up in landfill every day. That's 44 MILLION newspapers! Every. Single. Day.

Use LED Lighting

LEDs are very energy efficient, using up to 80% less energy than incandescent and halogen bulbs. 

Recycle Your Grocery Bags

Single-use plastic bags don't decompose and they will sit in a landfill forever. Recycle them at the grocery store.

Search with Ecosia, not Google

Ecosia runs their servers on 100% renewable energy and they plant trees with their profits.

Use Rechargeable Batteries

Single-use batteries are bad for the environment. Recycle yours and replace them with rechargeables.

Don't Buy Bottled Water

90% of all plastic bottles produced go to landfill. Don't contribute to this mess and get a refillable glass bottle instead.

Use e-tickets

Most airlines issue e-tickets now so don't waste paper and simply scan your e-ticket from your phone. 

Use Matches Over Lighters

1.5 BILLION disposable lighters are sent to landfill each year. Use paper matches for a more eco-friendly alternative.

Use e-tickets

Most airlines issue e-tickets now so don't waste paper and simply scan your e-ticket from your phone. 

Use e-tickets

Most airlines issue e-tickets now so don't waste paper and simply scan your e-ticket from your phone.