083 • What is Zero Waste?
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Ready for a radical way to live by your values for the good of everyone? Environmental activist Carlyn Grebleski speaks today about how to live zero waste and how to take further action to reduce your impact and go beyond remembering your reusable water bottle! Grab her quick definition below as well as links to blog posts and how to get in touch.


“Zero waste as you’ll see on this blog is the effort to reduce the individual’s waste of limited resources while also avoiding, as much as possible, giving money to companies that encourage the misuse or irresponsible use of the world’s resources. A resource is anything that we can make use of. Wasting something can be throwing something away so it isn’t used, using more than necessary so that we need more financial resources (money) or natural resources to make up for using too much, or generally using a lot of resources on things we don’t need; one way to think of it is resource frugality.”

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