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Imagine transforming your kitchen into a climate change-fighting powerhouse. With warming temperatures and depleting water systems becoming a global concern, our episode today reveals how you, right from your home kitchen, can contribute to positive environmental change. We also delve into the intricate details of Libya's water crisis, highlighting the effects of climate change on the world's water systems. This episode paints a vivid picture of how soil degradation and deforestation exacerbate water absorption and evaporation issues and how we can restore our soils and aquifers.

But that's not all! We also bust the myth of Pinterest-inspired but inefficient kitchen organization systems. Instead, we empower you with practical strategies to revamp your pantry and fridge in a way that is visually appealing and helps reduce food waste. Did you know the average family tosses away $2,800 worth of food annually? We offer insights on how a well-organized pantry can significantly cut down on this wastage. Get ready to learn how to harness temperature and light for optimal food placement and how simple tools like bins, glass jars, clips, and shelves can help maximize space. Tune in, and let's change the world one kitchen at a time!

Click here for the free How to Eat Less Water CONDIMENT STORAGE TABLE. It is a printable list of popular condiments that belong in the pantry and those in the refrigerator that can be hung in your kitchen for easy reference.

Download the TEN TIPS to EAT LESS WATER SUMMER PARTY PLANNING GUIDE for all the tips, steps, and info on celebrating like a kitchen activist with your friends and family.

Find gifts designed to serve well-being at the Eat Less Water Shop.

Get a copy of the EAT LESS WATER book.

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