Category: Sustainability Stories
EarthHero teamed up with Lauren Barnes, a professional soccer player to chat about sustainability and the MAD Travel Kits she has pioneered.
You probably know that we LOVE discovering new products! We've been waiting in anticipation to bring you these new planet-friendly products!
Join our EarthHero Campus Ambassador, Emma, as she dives into her favorite ways to be more sustainable in the kitchen while saving money!
Our names are Emma + Aylha and we are College Campus Ambassadors for EarthHero. Like many others, we have been taking a look at our habits to try to become more sustainable. As we dove in, we noticed there were some major differences in resources depending on where you live. Read on to learn what we've found!
It's Veganuary, aka a pledge to live plant-based in January with the goal of incorporating more vegan foods year round. Over 5 years of being vegan, I have learned a thing or two about how to do it. As a part of the Campus Ambassador guest blogs, I thought I would share 5 tips for how to maintain a plant-based diet!
This August 29th, EarthHero will be celebrating our 3rd birthday – a milestone we are proud to have gotten to with the support of our amazing community. We have big dreams, but each year we are so thankful to have grown closer to make that dream a reality. Join us below as we look at some of our favorite memories!
This guest blog was written by an EarthHero intern, Zach, as he navigated sustainable college living. With COVID-19, the fall semester of 2020 will likely look a little different for everyone – but we think his insights are still applicable. Join us as Zach dives into some tips for making college more eco-friendly!
An overwhelming feeling of emotional distress about the environment is a phenomenon that more and more people are starting to feel. It’s called eco-anxiety or eco-guilt and it doesn’t appear out of thin air. Where does this looming, murky, apocalyptic feeling come from?
More than ever, families are feeling polarized and conflicted, and are especially passionate around hot button topics like climate change, politics, and sustainability. How should you talk to friends and family for a calm and effective holiday season!
Want to make your closet more ethical? The Buyerarchy of Needs gives consumers a path out of overconsumption to start making their closet more sustainable. Join EarthHero team member Grace in this Sustainability Story as she uses the buyerarchy of needs to help begin to transition your closet to be more sustainable!