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Eating for the Planet

Eating for the Planet

Your shopping cart and eating habits can be a powerful tool to combat climate change. By eating just one vegan meal a day, an individual can save the equivalent of driving coast to coast and back, and 194,667 gallons of water per year. “OMD” – one plant-based meal a day is a significant way to reduce your greenhouse-gas footprint.

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EARTH WEEK 2019: Adopt Your Own New Green Deal

EARTH WEEK 2019: Adopt Your Own New Green Deal

For Earth Week, in honor of our children’s future, let’s make our own New Green Deal. Every person can take steps for a more sustainable future. Here is a list of easy to adopt initiatives that will make a difference to our environment.

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Material Matters: Fast Fashion

Material Matters: Fast Fashion

Conscious-consumption and a demand for transparency is sending a message to the fashion industry. Fast fashion may be cheap, but it is expensive to the environment. jGj explores how ethical fashion lines are giving unsustainable, fast fashion a run for it’s money.

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The Recycling Quandary

The Recycling Quandary

Since China is no longer interested in our plastic & paper waste, Americans are forced to take a sober look at what “away” actually means in a throw-away culture. We can no longer be comforted by the fact that there is a recycling solution for most packaging. Any material intended for single use must be ruthlessly scrutinized at this point.

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Notes from the Climate Action Front

Notes from the Climate Action Front

The one-two punch of Al Gore’s latest documentary, An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power and Bloomberg & Pope’s collaborative book, Climate of Hope might be just what you need for some renewed faith in the fight for our Climate! #BeInconvenient! + #BeHopeful!

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March for Science – Earth Day 2017

March for Science – Earth Day 2017

With hundreds of thousands marching worldwide, Earth Day 2017 represented a thundering demand for respect for Science & facts. As Neil de Grasse says: “When you have an established, scientific, emergent truth, it is true whether or not you believe in it.” The defense of science is on the march!

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jGj’s Environmental WINS for 2016

jGj’s Environmental WINS for 2016

While 2017 may have an uncertain prognosis for Environmental protections & advancements, let’s at least celebrate some of the Environmental triumphs of 2016!

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Sunscreen & the Ocean

Sunscreen & the Ocean

There is some news out there on sunscreens and their effect on coral reefs that is important when considering your environmental footprint before heading off on vacation. Chemical-free sunscreens are not only important for our personal health but vital for the health of our oceans.

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jGj’s Ten Environmental WINS for 2015

jGj’s Ten Environmental WINS for 2015

We’ve had some BIG Environmental wins in 2015. Let’s celebrate and continue to be inspired!

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The GMO Debate

The GMO Debate

The GMO debate continues. Why you should be concerned about genetically engineered crops and being informed about where your food comes from.

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