2018 Sustainability Challenge: Upcycle

2018 Sustainability Challenge: Upcycle

Upcycling is taking something old and making it new again, whether that be finding creative ways to use gadgets and knick-knacks that are out of style, recycling trash into something useful, or refreshing tired old furniture. Try it for this month's sustainability challenge!

2018 Sustainability Challenge: Keep the lights off

2018 Sustainability Challenge: Keep the lights off

Long summer days and plenty of sunshine means there's no need to have lights on in the house all the time. Hopefully your home or office has plenty of windows so you can make the most of the natural light during the day. This month, try turning off the lights in your home or office from 6 am to 6 pm as much as possible. You'll save energy and money!

2018 Sustainability Challenge: Reusable Water Bottles

2018 Sustainability Challenge: Reusable Water Bottles

It's heating up here in Arizona, and staying hydrated is super important. Make sure you're doing so this month and also protecting the planet by ditching the disposable bottles and getting a reusable one for your beverages.

2018 Sustainability Challenge: Visit Farmer's Markets

2018 Sustainability Challenge: Visit Farmer's Markets

Farmer's Markets are a great place to support local businesses and farmers, improve local biodiversity, and get fresh, healthy food for you and your family! April is the perfect time in Arizona and across the country to visit a local farmer's market and check out the produce.

2018 Sustainability Challenge: Use Natural Cleaners

2018 Sustainability Challenge: Use Natural Cleaners

Spring is in the air, and you know what that means...it's time for everyone's favorite activity: spring cleaning! But household cleaners can be toxic. Get creative for March's challenge by making or buying your own eco- and people-friendly household cleaners.

2018 Sustainability Challenge: Save Water

2018 Sustainability Challenge: Save Water

What's better than a long hot shower on a cold winter day? But hot showers represent one of our biggest home energy and water wasters. During February, try limiting your showers to five minutes or less, and skip a shower every now and then. It's good for your skin in the dry winter air and it's good for our planet!

2018 Sustainability Challenge: Plastic bags

2018 Sustainability Challenge:          Plastic bags

If your New Year's resolutions include living more sustainably, then you should join us for our 2018 Sustainability Challenge! Every month we'll be posting a new challenge geared toward more sustainable living 🌎 This month: reducing use of plastic bags, big and small!

Big Ideas from Little Things

Big Ideas from Little Things

Introduction to our first opinion column, Big Ideas from Little Things, by The Sustainability Review's newest author Matt Nock, a musing and amusing PhD student with lots to say. Check back here every 2 weeks for a new insightful article.