Zero Waste Blogs List
Zero Waste is a philosophy and a design principle for the 21st Century. It includes 'recycling' but goes beyond recycling by taking a 'whole system' approach to the vast flow of resources and waste through human society
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Top Zero Waste Blogs
About Blog - A Zero Waste Blog. Follow along with my journey. Living with intention, eating real food, waste reduction, saving money, but most importantly valuing experiences over things.
Mill Valley, CA
About Blog - Hi there and thanks for visiting my blog! My name is Bea Johnson, native of France and currently living in Mill Valley, California. Since adopting the Zero Waste lifestyle in 2008, my life and that of my family have changed for the better. I propose a simple guideline, my 5R’s: Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, and Rot.
About Blog - Zero Waste Europe (ZWE) proposes to re-design our society in a way that all superfluous waste is eliminated and everything that is produced can be re-used, repaired, composted or recycled back into the system
About Blog - Steps towards a sustainable lifestyle: plastic-free and zero waste, real food and recipes, minimalism and simple living.
About Blog - Australia's popular eco lifestyle blog on zero waste and plastic-free living, sharing tips on how to reduce plastic and rubbish every day.
About Blog - Read the Green family's blog about reducing the amount of waste sent to landfill each week.The overall purpose of this blog is to help householders reduce the amount of rubbish sent to landfill. Their aim is to inspire and educate other people to reduce their landfill waste as much as possible.
New York, NY
About Blog - My name is Lauren Singer and I live a Zero Waste life in NYC.Trash is for Tossers is my attempt. It will document my Zero Waste journey and show that leading a Zero Waste lifestyle is simple, cost-effective, timely, fun, & entirely possible for everyone and anyone. If I can do it, anyone can!
About Blog - Think we can't live without plastic? Think again. In 2007 I committed to stop buying any new plastic & I've almost succeeded! Won't you join me? Let's see what plastic-free looks like today... for the health of our bodies, our oceans, our planet. ~Beth Terry
Brighton and Hove, UK
About Blog - Hi there, my name is Zoë Morrison and I am the author of Eco Thrifty Living. I have learned so much about being eco-friendly, saving money and setting healthy limits when it comes to both of those activities! I love living the eco-friendly thrifty life and am currently writing a book and developing a course about how to be eco-friendly and save money in the kitchen.
About Blog - Our mission is to make the Zero Waste lifestyle fashionable and accessible to everyone. Because it is time to take sustainability seriously. PAREdown Home Website is Canada's number one site for information on living Zero Waste; sharing DIY tips, our favorite brands and products and stores across Canada. We live Zero Waste and our goal is to inspire you to do the same.
About Blog - Zero Waste Lifestyle is ... buying without packaging. Zero Waste Lifestyle is ... avoiding as much plastic as possible. Zero Waste Lifestyle is ... not throwing away but giving away.
About Blog - Xtreme Zero Waste is a community enterprise, using business as a tool to meet the needs of our community. Xtreme Zero Waste is contracted by Waikato District Council to operate weekly kerbside collections and the Raglan Resource Recovery Centre. At approximately 75% diversion from landfill, we are turning Raglan’s waste into resources and moving forward to zero waste.
About Blog - I know that living a “zero waste” life is not for everyone, and I also recognize that it is not possible for everyone. However, I want to provide any resources I can to help people from all walks of life and circumstances to reduce their waste.
About Blog - Saahas focuses on providing end-to-end waste management solutions to bulk waste generators. We offer consultancy services to plan and design a waste management facility for new properties We work with companies to aggregate and support a reverse logistics system in line with their sustainability policy.
About Blog - Holly is on a mission to bring integrity into corporate business practices. While the IMPACT and Zero Waste in ACTION blogs’ audience is the corporate community, the Evolved Integrity blog speaks to personal challenges while navigating the Earth’s energetic shifts.
About Blog - A place where I can share my journey to zero-waste: the frustrations, challenges, and successes that come along for the ride. A place to network with others who have started and are maintaining the same journey, to share resources, and to get that much needed support when you can’t find it in your closest circles! To Zero-Waste! And all the pretty things that come along with it.
About Blog - My name is Lisa and I hail from the wonderful city of Adelaide, South Australia (Allegedly the world’s fifth most livable city!). I started my journey to zero-waste this year (March 2015), and have found that it has helped me in more ways than one.
About Blog - 617 kg was the amount of waste per person in Germany in 2013. Up to 13 million tons of plastic wasteland in our oceans every year. Since you have landed here on the page, you are certainly below already mentioned average, but how about this: Do not produce garbage! Zero waste! You can find our alternatives here on our blog.
About Blog - This blog documents my adventures in green living & minimalism in Dublin and San Francisco. I hope I can inspire you to make even small changes that will make both your life and the earth a happier one.