Monthly Archives: April 2020

Video Series: Decluttering Your Home

Bored during quarantine? Try de-cluttering your home (while doing your part to reduce waste sent to the landfill).   -Posted by Hannah

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The Illusion of Choice in American Supermarkets

Supermarkets in the United States are a sight to behold, and a cultural experience that is hard to separate from the American identity. After all, a popular patriot’s tale tells of former Soviet president Boris Yeltsin’s visit to a Texas … Continue reading

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Video Series: Eco-Friendly Cleaning Products

Cleaning can be a hassle, especially during our current times, but that doesn’t mean it should be hazardous for your health. This video brings to attention some chemicals in common household items that can be dangerous for both you and … Continue reading

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How do I get involved in – or stay involved with – politics during the COVID-19 pandemic?

Outlined here are 9 ways to stay involved – or get involved – in politics during the quarantine for the COVID-19 pandemic.  These are all safe to do from the comfort of your home without risking spreading or contracting anything. … Continue reading

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Warriors in the Garden

I trudged up a hill that overlooked a small Afghani village. Burdened by a heavy backpack that held a frequency jammer, I also carried a ballistic plate carrier holding 4 plates, camelback: full of water, a chest-full of loaded magazines, … Continue reading

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Video Series: Recycling

Learn about the three easy steps it takes to start recycling at home.   Explore more strategies for recycling at home and grow your understanding of recycling and waste management on the national scale. -Posted by Hannah

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Reducing the “Paw-Print” of Cats and Dogs

As the effects of humans and our systems become more apparent on their impact of the environments around us (climate change, pollution, extinction, etc.), individuals have taken the initiative to hold themselves accountable and live more sustainable lives. The UCLA … Continue reading

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