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Best of Earth911 Podcast: Globechain Founder & CEO May Al-Karooni On Expanding U.S. Reuse Markets

Best of Earth911 Podcast: Globechain Founder & CEO May Al-Karooni On Expanding U.S. Reuse Markets

We can all take decisive action to protect the environment: reusing goods instead of sending them to landfills. By passing items on to others, whether through family, businesses, or community efforts, we avoid the need for new resources and reduce carbon emissions. Our guest, May Al-Karooni, shares her story about founding Globechain.com, the largest dedicated reuse marketplace in the world, […]

Earth911 Inspiration: Like a Tree

Earth911 Inspiration: Like a Tree

Poet Ben Ditmars wrote, “Like a tree, I have stood my ground, not fallen.” If you take a very long view, over generations of forest life that fall, decay, and grow again, even when nature falls, it gets back up. Earth911 inspirations. Post them, share your desire to help people think of the planet first, every day. Click to get […]

Best of Earth911 Podcast: Obaggo’s Plastic #2 and #4 Recycling Appliance

Best of Earth911 Podcast: Obaggo’s Plastic #2 and #4 Recycling Appliance

This “Best Of” podcast takes you back to the founding of a startup that is still going strong. Earth911 welcomed David New, founder of Obaggo, a countertop appliance that turns a variety of plastic films into recyclable pucks that do not jam recycling center equipment. Recycling in the United States is unnecessarily difficult. Plastic, in particular, is hard to sort […]

Eath911 Podcast: World Ocean Day Special — Blueprints for Coastal Adaptation

Eath911 Podcast: World Ocean Day Special — Blueprints for Coastal Adaptation

Join the Earth911 podcast community for a special World Ocean Day conversation,  Blueprints for Coastal Adaptation, keynoted by ocean advocate Ashlan Cousteau of EarthEcho International and Voyacy. Hear nine experts working at the cutting edge of biodiversity restoration, climate mitigation, and financial engineering about how to construct a blue economy that preserves the rich ecosystems at the boundary of land […]

Earth911 Inspiration: There Is No Such Thing as ‘Away’

Earth911 Inspiration: There Is No Such Thing as ‘Away’

Earth911 brings the circular economy to life by connecting the world to brands, products, and services to live sustainably. We help millions of people find local end-of-use options for products and packaging using the largest curated directory of reuse, donation, and recycling locations, municipal curbside collection programs, and mail-in recycling options. We educate and inform consumers, businesses and communities to […]

DIY Summer Style Ideas

DIY Summer Style Ideas

Before you head to the mall for that new summer trend, take a second look at the back of your closet. You may not wear those forgotten duds now, but a few simple modifications could keep them from going to waste and give you that fresh summer look you crave. For all the inspiration you need to get started, here […]

We Earthlings: Do You Use Too Much Toilet Paper?

We Earthlings: Do You Use Too Much Toilet Paper?

Many Americans stockpiled toilet paper, among other things, during the pandemic, and continue to overbuy and overuse TP. Did you know that the average American uses 141 rolls of toilet paper a year? If a family of four reduced their use of toilet paper by half, they could save $332 annually. Are you using more TP than you need to? […]

Earth911 Podcast: Sailing Toward Composting Convenience With 11th Hour Racing’s Michelle Carnevale

Earth911 Podcast: Sailing Toward Composting Convenience With 11th Hour Racing’s Michelle Carnevale

Meet Michelle Carnevale, president of 11th Hour Racing, which advocates for sustainability and ocean health with solutions designed to create a more inclusive future. Michelle recently contributed an article to Earth911, How You Can Help Create A Healthier Ocean By Composting. While it is a growing industry, composting services are still available in too few cities across the United States. […]