The Inforium
The Inforium
Thomas Frank and Martin Boehme
Easy Ways to Be Eco-Friendly (Ep. 262)
1 hour 1 minutes Posted May 6, 2019 at 4:00 am.
The dangers of being militant about eco-friendliness
Reutilizing materials and making things convenient
Finding alternatives to driving a car
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Finding alternatives to driving a car (continued)
Planning better trips
Buying and shipping fewer things
Composting and not wasting food, while also not stuffing yourself
Investing in things that are meant to last
Saving water and planting trees
Buying in bulk and cleaning out trash
Conclusion
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Looking to save the earth, but don't have a lot of time or money to dedicate to the cause? You're in luck! Here are some easy ways to be more eco-friendly.
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Life Without Plastic
Starbucked, by Taylor Clark
Time - Washing Hands In Cold Water Works As Well As Hot Against Germs
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