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Why and How to Shop by Bike

Sep 7th, 2017 | By Anne-Marie Bonneau

Today, we bring you a guest post by Anne Marie Bonneau, otherwise known as The Zero-Waste Chef. Anne Marie blogs about living a zero-waste life, and she's got some great tips. Here, she writes about shopping for food by bike.
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Find What's Fresh with the Seasonal Food Guide App

Aug 16th, 2017 | By Amy Leibrock

There are few things better than eating a peach at peak ripeness while it’s still warm from sitting on a farmers market table. But where I live, the local peach season is blink-and-you’ll-miss-it short — and I often miss it. With a new app and website from GRACE Communications Foundation, I’ll never miss another peach season.
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Car Sharing Beyond Uber and Lyft

Aug 2nd, 2017 | By Amy Leibrock

A variety of app-driven companies are working to use technology to meet our personal transportation needs making it possible for more and more people to go car-free. Here’s a look at the options, including a few you might not have heard of yet.
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Keeping It Cool

Jun 29th, 2016 | By Jeremy Kranowitz

Recently, I went to my mother-in-law’s house for a family celebration. As usual, I was called upon to bring a second dining table up from the basement to fit 14 of us. In the basement, as always, the surplus food and drink for the big meal was stored in a second refrigerator that she keeps down there.
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Mini Doc: Jack Johnson's Sustainable America

May 11th, 2016 | By Amy Leibrock

When musician and environmental activist Jack Johnson invited us to join him for an elementary school compost lesson (and schoolyard concert) in Hawaii, we grabbed a film crew. Watch our new mini documentary to learn more about one of the music industry's greenest musicians and how the island of Oahu deals with its food waste.
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Our Most Popular Food and Fuel Stories of 2015

Dec 22nd, 2015 | By Amy Leibrock

In case you missed any, here’s a roundup of our most popular blog posts of 2015. As you can see by this list, our readers are more interested than ever in learning about the food waste problem and finding ways to fix it. On the fuel side, stories about innovation and idling reduction were popular, too.
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2015 Sustainable America Gift Guide

Nov 24th, 2015 | By Amy Leibrock

The holidays are a great time to show your love for family and friends — and the planet — by giving eco-friendly gifts. We've put together a fun list of gift ideas that can help lucky recipients grow and enjoy food, waste less of it, and keep safe on bike rides.
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Making Impact Investing More Accessible for Everyone

Jul 10th, 2015 | By Amy Leibrock

Whether it’s called impact investing, socially responsible investing or sustainable investing, interest in making investments that support positive change is growing. Sustainable mutual funds represented $6.5 trillion at the beginning of 2014, an increase of 76 percent since 2012. Brian Kaminer wants to see this still-young investing space grow even more, so he’s designed a way to help investors of all types get involved.
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Food Waste Tips from Real People

Apr 10th, 2015 | By Amy Leibrock

Our staff thinks a lot about food waste at work, whether we're researching data for the I Value Food campaign, helping events go zero waste or composting our coffee grounds in the break room. But even though we're well versed on strategies to reduce food waste, we all still have to work hard each day to waste as little food as possible in our own lives. In order to find out what practices really work, we asked our staff to share the tips that have made the biggest difference in their own kitchens. Here's what they said...
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New Ways to Reduce Idling in Your Community

Apr 1st, 2015 | By Amy Leibrock

Are you ready to take action against vehicle idling? Whether you want to educate drivers in your neighborhood or launch your own idling reduction campaign, we just launched a range of resources and toolkits anyone can download and order on demand. It's your turn to turn it off and pass it on.
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