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Sustainable Holidays: Gifts for Cooks & Foodies

Sustainable Holidays: Gifts for Cooks & Foodies

The holiday season is a time of joy, celebration, and giving. Foodies and cooking enthusiasts can enjoy dining with gifts that minimize their environmental impact. Selecting the perfect gift that aligns with their values can be a delightful yet challenging task. To make your gift-hunting easier, here’s a set of sustainable holiday gifts to surprise and delight your loved ones. […]

How to Entertain Sustainably During The Holiday Season

How to Entertain Sustainably During The Holiday Season

As the days get shorter and the nights longer, it’s a joy to invite friends and family into our homes to share meals, gifts, and stories. But our holiday parties can take a severe toll on the planet if we’re not careful. We may find ourselves returning to the grocery store for the fourth time in a weekend to pick […]

Add Seaweed For A More Sustainable Diet

Add Seaweed For A More Sustainable Diet

Eating lower on the food chain is one of the most effective ways individuals can lower their carbon footprints. Many people find the shift challenging; fake meat is highly processed, and insects require an adventurous palate. But learning about tasty vegan ingredients makes it easier. Legumes and peanuts are great sources of protein for a plant-based diet. And for people […]

Sustainable Treats for a Happy Halloween

Sustainable Treats for a Happy Halloween

It’s the spookiest time of year. Trick-or-Treating produces a lot of waste. Americans buying 600 million pounds of candy each year and the majority of candy wrappers end up in landfills. Make Halloween sustainable with some treats with a sweet taste that benefit the Earth. During this time of year, a sweet tooth is encouraged, so how can we practice […]

How Restaurants in Your Community Manage Used Cooking Oil Matters

How Restaurants in Your Community Manage Used Cooking Oil Matters

Everyone can do a lot at home to protect the environment and our water supply. Recycling used cooking oil is a valuable step you can take at home. But it doesn’t have to end there if you decide to be an advocate for the environment and ask local restaurants, hotels, or other commercial kitchens if they recycle their oil. You […]

We Earthlings: Do an Octopus a Favor

We Earthlings: Do an Octopus a Favor

There are many reasons to not eat some foods, and the intelligence of the animal may a key factor. It’s time to cut octopus out of our diets. They have exhibited complex problem solving abilities and the ability to feel pain. If we don’t eat dolphins, we certainly should not be eating octopus. Print or share We Earthling posters to […]

Leave no Waste: Pumpkins

Leave no Waste: Pumpkins

It’s October, which means pumpkin season is here. From pumpkin spiced lattes to pumpkin pies, soups, and roasted seeds, now’s the time to make the most of America’s favorite gourd. So grab your blanket and make like Linus and head to the patch to see the Great Pumpkin rise, again. Then, make the most of the delicious results. While many […]

Earth911 Podcast: Simen Saetre on Making Salmon a New, Domesticated Fish

Earth911 Podcast: Simen Saetre on Making Salmon a New, Domesticated Fish

Farmed salmon has been touted as a solution to food scarcity as the world turns to eating more seafood. The United Nation’s Food and Agriculture Organization estimates that seafood production must increase 29.3% by 2030 to keep up with demand. Our guest today is Simen Sætre, who coauthored The New Fish: The Truth about Farmed Salmon and the Consequences We […]