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In the News: Are you Eating Plastic for Dinner?

 June 10, 2019

How you Store your Food Impacts your Health Phasing out the most toxic substances that come into contact with our food is long overdue. Until then, it’s more important than ever to use your own safe containers, cups, straws, bags and utensils. According to The Guardian, “Many of those seemingly safe containers may have hazardous chemicals…Read the full article

Zero-Waste Holiday Gift Ideas for Everyone on your List

 November 20, 2018

Meaningful gifts for a zero-waste holiday If you’re reading this you probably care deeply about the environment and make thoughtful decisions every day that align with these values. Well done! It’s easy to pass on these values by choosing gifts for family and friends that tread lightly on the planet. Reusable Bowl Covers Ditch plastic wrap…Read the full article

Is Toxic Food Packaging Making Us Sick?

 September 15, 2018

One more reason to ditch disposables If you need another reason to avoid wasteful plastic baggies, takeout containers and packaged food, here it is: The American Academy of Pediatrics is urging families to limit their use of certain food containers to lower children’s exposures to chemicals in food packaging. Limiting toxic food packaging is pretty…Read the full article

Creating Art to Raise Environmental Awareness

 July 5, 2018

Artist Preview: Roy Steele Studio We’re always inspired by artists using their passion and creativity to raise awareness about local and international environmental issues. Artist Roy Steele’s new 24-piece environmental series speaks about the beauty of nature and the effects of pollution and climate change on our planet. His work also gives hope to the…Read the full article

The History of Plastic and Today’s Reuse Revolution

 June 27, 2018

Plastic’s Revolutionary Start In the 1860s a New York firm offered $10,000 to the person who could invent a substitute for ivory, and this spurred John Wesley Hyatt to develop a plastic polymer called celluloid. It was a revolutionary discovery seen as helping the environment by conserving natural resources and reducing the need for tortoiseshell, horns and…Read the full article

Our On-the-Go Lifestyle and The Plastics BAN List 2.0

 June 24, 2018

The Plastics BAN List 2.0 In the first Plastics BAN List, plastic pollution along the California coast was analyzed. In the newest analysis, The Plastics BAN List 2.0, data from the entire United States is used. It’s an impressive 34-page study looking at the 20 most polluting products, calling out the worst-offending brands responsible for…Read the full article

Planet or Plastic? Highlights from National Geographic’s New Campaign

 May 18, 2018

Planet or Plastic? It’s a simple question with an obvious answer, and this month’s National Geographic brings the question mainstream. In their June issue, they’re highlighting a multi-year campaign to raise awareness about the global plastic pollution crisis. The campaign includes research and non-profit support, as well as their personal commitment to reduce their own plastic…Read the full article

The Ultimate in Sustainable Living: ModNomad Studio

 February 12, 2018

To photograph our new, soon-to-be-released products, we spent the day at the beautiful ModNomad Studio, a thoughtful live/work studio inspired by good design and just really good people. It’s about collaborating with and supporting artists, and gathering to launch ideas and hear from all sides, and it’s a lovely place to spend the day. We…Read the full article

Green Thursday: Best Resources for Eco-Friendly Back-to-School Products

 July 26, 2017

While you’re soaking up some much-needed summer rays, the back-to-school season is right around the corner. We recognize how important it is to start off the school year feeling totally equipped to take on the world. But the sad reality is that so many popular back-to-school products aren’t doing you – or the planet –…Read the full article

10 Tips to Help You Raise Eco-Conscious Kids

 July 4, 2017

To ensure that our planet remains healthy for future generations, it’s our responsibility to teach kids how to be eco-conscious. According to the EPA, Americans generate about 254 million tons of trash every year. That breaks down to 4.4 pounds of trash per person per day. And, we’re only recycling and composting about 1.5 pounds of…Read the full article