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My Eco Legacy
I blog about small lifestyle tweaks that make a big impact on the ecological legacy we leave behind for the next generation.
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When We All Vote Jul 2
Because of , states need federal support to expand vote-by-mail, hold early in-person voting, and provide same-day registration. The allocates desperately needed funding for these measures — call your senators at (844) 942-2935 to ask for their support today.
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Janelle Monáe, Cindi Mayweather Jun 30
We can all play a role in this revolution. To create the America that we want to see. An America where we can love who we want, just live and be free. Get registered:
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My Eco Legacy Apr 1
Thank you for doing this! It has been so helpful for my mental health during this crazy time.
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Tableau Software Mar 13
Resource Hub update: We've made improvements to the dashboard starter, created a better UI optimized for mobile, and launched a Resource Forum on the Community Forum. Learn more:
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Marc Benioff Mar 26
Salesforce just launched the AppExchange COVID-19 Resource Center, a dedicated resource to support employee, customer, & community needs during the COVID-19 crisis with applications built by partners & Salesforce Labs, as well as informative content.
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The Story of Stuff Project Mar 15
“Can the circular economy continue to grow during what some epidemiologists are already calling a pandemic?”
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My Eco Legacy Dec 9
is my hero for putting our planet first and daring to go zero waste by the end of 2020!
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My Eco Legacy Sep 20
Because wealthy countries like the USA ship our “recycling” to those countries and they are not equipped to handle it. The real culprits here are the companies who produce all of their products in plastic.
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Greta Thunberg Sep 20
The estimated number in New York is over 250’000! They closed the park because there were too many people... I’m speaking soon at Battery Park.
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My Eco Legacy Aug 8
I am excited to hear you are coming back!!! I have one ask - please continue to make high quality garments that are 100% wool. It is what makes you better than and worth paying more, because the clothes last longer. Nylon / spandex blends age poorly.
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Litterati Aug 1
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5 Gyres Jul 24
Policy works in California! Thanks to , you can now bring your reusables for food and drinks at community events such as festivals, county fairs and outdoor concerts. Thanks and for passing this law!
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Litterati Jul 24
The world is quickly catching on. Way to go
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My Eco Legacy 27 Jun 19
Why I want to raise a Minimalist Child
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My Eco Legacy 25 Jun 19
Carbon Offsets vs Buying an Electric Car
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My Eco Legacy 23 Jun 19
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My Eco Legacy 27 Feb 19
Replying to @OregonDOT
Any idea when it will get moving again? My husband has been sitting in traffic since it happened.
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My Eco Legacy 27 Feb 19
Replying to @treadmyownpath
Actually, I see this was from last spring. How did the soap nuts work out??
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My Eco Legacy 27 Feb 19
Replying to @treadmyownpath
Zero waste backpacking can be tricky. To reduce packaging on our last trip, we bought nuts and dried fruit in bulk, but it’s hard if you are doing a long trek and can’t prep things at home. I can’t wait to learn more and follow your journey!
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The Story of Stuff Project 1 Feb 19
Reducing, reusing, and recycling is NOT enough. We need a complete redesign of how our products are packaged and delivered. RT if you agree!
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