The fourth of July is a big celebration for every American. In this article, we’ll show you how you can celebrate this day a bit more sustainably.
Did you know that chocolate Easter eggs are bad for the environment? Find out more about the environmental impact of Easter eggs here!
Easter is a time for chocolate, eggs, bunnies, and celebration. But how can we celebrate Easter more sustainably this year? Find out here!
Roses are among the most well-known symbols of love. But did you know that roses aren’t exactly sustainable? Here’s why roses are bad for the environment.
It’s lovely to receive flowers for any occasion, but is it sustainable? Are cut flowers bad for the environment? And are fake flowers really more eco-friendly?
For most, Valentine’s Day is either day to celebrate love or a commercialized mess of consumerism. But what’s the environmental impact of Valentine’s Day?
If you’re not planning to use your old Christmas lights next year, it can be tricky to get rid of them in an environmentally friendly way. Here’s how to do it.
Fireworks may look pretty but they’re not eco-friendly, and they also have a sizable impact on the environment and wildlife. Learn more about it here!
Wrapping paper is one of the biggest contributors to holiday waste. The good news is there are ways of wrapping Christmas gifts sustainably.
Christmas lights are a staple of Christmas decorations, the brighter the better. But are Christmas lights sustainable or just a waste of energy?