During our daily purchasing life, we need to think about the products we’re buying and ask ourselves: How did it get to the shelf? What did it do to the environment to get there? Where will it go when I’m done with it?
In an active commercial compost, World Centric® products break down in 180 days.*
A compendium of posts addressing social and sustainability issues, whether from a personal or global perspective.
Navigating new Foodware Ordinances
Foodware ordinances are popping up in many communities lately as officials are guiding people towards more reusables and less wasteful packaging. Along with ordinances that prohibit doling out wasteful amounts of condiment packets and unnecessary straws, there are those that are going further by banning polystyrene and only allowing takeout items that are certified compostable.
Indigenous Peoples Play a Key Role in Fighting Climate Change
Indigenous Peoples, also referred to as first people, Aboriginal people or native people, are culturally distinct ethnic groups who are native to a particular place. Indigenous communities play a key role in combating climate change.