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Here is an example of a plastic-free snack! I made a PB&J sandwich with bread from my local bakery (which I asked them to put in a biobag), some organic, palm-oil free peanut butter and some strawberry jam I bought from the last time I...

I just picked up my VegBox, which is an initiative by a society on campus to help people eat more local, organic food. You pay 6 pounds and pick up your VegBox the following week for tons of delicious and seasonal vegetables grown on a...

This year for Lent I will be giving up plastic again!For those of you who aren't big on Lent, I suggest using the opportunity while everyone is giving up sweets and beer to try to cut out some plastic from your life! A good idea...

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I'm not gonna lie, there are frustrating things about choosing to live without plastic. Plastic has been invented for convenience, ease, variety.. There are a lot of things that you give up when you choose to reject plastic. But there are a lot of amazing...

The most significant areas of plastic use (and the easiest places to cut down) on your plastic footprint are:Plastic bottles Plastic bagsand, just because it annoys me so much, let's just add disposable coffee cups to that list....

People get up in arms about oil spills destroying our oceans but do not bat an eyelid when they make conscious decisions to buy plastic bottles, shampoo, individually packaged items that are heavy in packaging. And I honestly think that it’s because people don’t really...