Our faith impels us to respond boldly to the cry of our dear neighbor. We invite all members of our community to take action with us.
Tissue products such as toilet paper, paper towels, paper napkins and facial tissue are found in many households. They are cheap and convenient. These products are manufactured from trees that have been growing for centuries and are turned into items that we use for seconds before we throw them away.
As eco-conscious earth citizens, we can do better in so many creative ways when it comes to gift wrapping. Consider these sustainable alternatives that can make gifts just as beautiful.
There are many little changes towards ecological sustainability you can make in your household. Together they can add up. This month’s Eco-Challenge focuses on making sure that your cleaning products are eco-friendly.
Our September Eco-Challenge is all about eliminating food waste. We are examining our habits related to planning meals, purchasing food and consuming leftovers.
We invite you to join us in advocating to ensure the smooth passage of a just Farm Bill to feed vulnerable families here at home and around the world.
The dryer is one of the biggest energy users in your home or apartment. You can reduce your carbon footprint by an average of 2,400 lbs. per year by hang drying instead.
Better than recycling, we can help by reducing our plastic consumption in the first place. Swap out some of the products that come into your home in single-use plastic packaging for more sustainable options.
We encourage everyone to contact their country’s lead negotiator for the plastics treaty. Urge them to continue pushing for meaningful systemic change.