Closing The Loop Towards A Goal Of Zero Waste

How to make a zero-waste home, garden, and lifestyle. This class is full of practical tips for reducing waste in your permaculture design.

How To Save Water (and Yourself): Ten Things You Can Do

Translation: Essential steps towards the survival of the human species by Heather Jo Flores Here are ten top strategies for saving our water and ourselves. They are in no particular order of importance — we’ll need to do them all, and more, if we are to reverse the tide of scarcity, pollution, and corporate control that threatens us today. 1. Eat Organic Food and Support Local Organic Agriculture. Organic methods don’t use harsh toxins that pollute the water. Organic farms and gardens emphasize mulch and other soil stewardship practices, which means less erosion and/or salination of the soil, and less runoff and damage…

The Story of Stuff

From its extraction through sale, use and disposal, all the stuff in our lives affects communities at home and abroad, yet most of this is hidden from view. ...

The Waste Cycle

“Life did not take over the world by combat, but by networking.” --Lynn Margulis

24 Inspiring Zero Waste Blogs That Will Change Your Life

We wanted to share the best zero waste blogs we’ve come across that have inspired tens of thousands (dare we say, millions?) around the world...

Feedback's Gleaning Network - Why is good food wasted on farms?

Want to fight food waste on farms? Sign up to Feedback's gleaning network - you a farmer with surplus p...

Zero Waste & The Art of Living Offgrid

One of the best and most comprehensive films we have seen about living offgrid. From renewable technology with solar photovoltaics for electricity, to flat plate solar for heating water, battery storage, edible landscaping with wonderful gardens full of fruit, vines and vegetables to the technology of sewage disposal and water filtrations, this is a really useful insight into living entirely independently. There is even a section of producing methane gas, building an underground food store and Zilvinas Paludnevicius' philosophy of zero waste and our crazy disposal, consumer society.