When President-Elect Joe Biden began announcing members of his Cabinet, all eyes were on who he would select to lead the climate and environment agenda for the next four years. Based on his selection, we’re looking at 2021 with cautious optimism and hope for the future of our planet, and environmental justice for communities who have been disproportionately impacted by those who put profits over the health of the environment and all living beings on this planet.
We’ve all been to gatherings where the foodware of choice consisted of single-use, disposable paper, plastics, or styrofoam. By the end of the night, there would be multiple trash cans full of garbage ready to be collected by the municipal haulers. What if there was a way to significantly reduce the trash at the end of a family dinner, small gathering, or celebration?