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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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The Story of Stuff Project Nov 4
Amazon made $136 billion in sales last year. Shouldn't they invest more than .007% in making sure our landfills aren't being overfilled by their packages?
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Kathryn Kellogg Nov 6
Did you know glitter is plastic? Nurseries ban glitter in a drive for cleaner seas
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Treading My Own Path Nov 6
Polar fleece made from recycled plastic bottles seemed like a great idea... until it was discovered that they shed thousands of plastic microfibres with every wash, and...
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My Eco Legacy Nov 6
I think we should create a societal rule that says if you could have voted but chose not to, you don’t get the right to complain about your elected officials. If you voted and your candidate lost, complain away because you have earned the right as an active member of our society.
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Environmental Center Oct 24
Yes - spread the repair love! And join us at the Redmond Public Library on Oct. 30th for our next event.
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My Eco Legacy Oct 23
The in Bend does a repair cafe where people can bring broken items for volunteers to fix. Take this idea to your local community and encourage people to give their items a new life!
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The Story of Stuff Project Oct 23
While the world is trying to , stores like Amazon, Target, and Dollar Tree are selling carvable pumpkins made out of plastic foam.
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Plastic Pollutes Oct 23
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The Story of Stuff Project Oct 20
The TRUTH on fast fashion: 1.) Three in five garments end up in landfill or incinerators. 2.) Half a million tonnes of microfibres a year enter the ocean. 3.) You don't need more clothes.
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Kathryn Kellogg Oct 20
In order for that to happen, we need to improve waste management, environmental education and recycling facilities on a global scale.
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Litterati Oct 15
Over 2,000,000 pieces of have now been identified, mapped, and collected by the community. Download the iOS or Android app and join us. We're just getting started.
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richroll Oct 18
I didn't reach my athletic peak until I was 43. I didn't write my first book until I was 44. I didn't start my podcast until I was 45. At 30, I thought my life was over. At 52 I know it's just beginning. Keep running. Never give up. And watch your kite soar. ✌🏼🌱
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Plastic Pollutes Sep 17
Half of dead baby sea turtles found by Australian scientists have stomachs full of plastic
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The Story of Stuff Project Sep 21
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Afroz shah Sep 20
Week 153. Last night , 35,000 citizens at the beach celebrating Ganesh Visarjan. We - Citizens and BMC - worked all night for 9 hours. At 3 .00 am , we leave the beach -as it was - before the arrival of Citizens. Hard work to protect ourselves
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The Story of Stuff Project Sep 11
The Ocean Cleanup will pick up some of the floating debris in the ocean but it will not pick up microplastic, could entrap animals, and doesn't stop plastic pollution at the source. RT if you'd rather support a systemic solution.
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My Eco Legacy Sep 11
Replying to @ZeroWasteChef
Its not exactly the same especially for serving gluten intolerant friends. Have you ever tried Flackers? They are gluten free, 100% flax seed crackers flavored with ACV and spices. I think they must be easy to recreate but might require a dehydrator.
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My Eco Legacy Sep 11
Replying to @ZeroWasteChef
Do you have any flax seed cracker recipes for someone who doesn’t have a dehydrator?
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Plastic Pollutes Aug 30
Tweet to support in California! For our 🌊 🐠 and 🌎
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Kathryn Kellogg Aug 30
So glad to see that repair cafes are becoming more and more common. Several popping up in the Bay Area too! "The repair cafes waging war on throwaway" culture
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