Browsing the "food waste" Tag

Celebrate America Recycles Day, November 15

November 14th, 2016 | by Andrea Bertoli

The amount of waste Americans generate has been on the rise – from 3.66 pounds per person in 1980 to 4.4 pounds per person in 2013 – but we’re also recycling and composting more. Today we recycle or compost about 34% of our waste, up from less than 10% in 1. Learn more stats and why recycling is still important from the team at the National Environmental Education and Training Foundation (NEEF)


How to Reduce Thanksgiving Food Waste

November 17th, 2015 | by Andrea Bertoli

In a time of abundance, we need to be extra cautious of our Thanksgiving food waste for the impact on our budget, our landfills and our climate.


5 Pumpkin Recipes to Reuse Your Jack-O-Lantern

October 27th, 2011 | by Vivian Nelson Melle

Those cute, carved pumpkins that light the pathways for trick-or-treaters needn't be tossed aside. Full of nourishing vitamins and minerals and tasty potential, it's a shame to just toss them when Halloween is over. As long as your Jack-O-Lantern hasn't begun to rot, you can use it to make some of these pumpkin recipes instead!


Eco Cruising is a Breeze

March 30th, 2008 | by Stephanie Evans

Cruises are getting greener thanks to new technology and industry interest. An industry-wide shift towards cleaner tech hints of a [&hellip



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