The second Saturday of May is dedicated to World Fair Trade Day and this year the theme is climate justice because climate change effects every person and living thing on this planet, but the gap is widening between who is causing the most negative impact and who is feeling the negative impact the most.
As the world reopens and people start traveling again we are going to kick off each month with a travel post For many, May is when you get ready for summer vacations so I wanted to share ideas on sustainable travel; sometimes called ecotourism, green travel or ethical travel.
Earth Day is April 22nd and we are celebrating all month long by highlighting different ways to love our planet. Travel has always been a huge part of my life and and slow travel is a sustainable way to explore. Read more to find out what slow travel is, the benefits and best destinations.
Inspiring Reads: Dive deeper with these top picks for your next slow travel adventure.
Doing It Right: PlushBeds certified organic and natural mattresses, handcrafted in the USA for a chemical free sleep
ICYMI: Great sustainable products for your next home project or gift.
We continue to celebrate Women's History month and Global Recycling day by choosing one woman whose impact has been too large to ignore. Isatou Ceesay refused to let how she grew up define her and is now known as the Queen Of Recycling. Thank you to all the women who have paved the way before us so we may continue the journey.
Community means different things to different people and a few weeks ago we highlighted elements of a sustainable community. This week we are looking at some different models for living and hope they inspire you to think about the community you are creating for yourself and others.