I know that most of you Pandas care about the environment and Planet Earth very deeply. After all, it’s not only our home but also where all those desperately cute animals we love to feature on Bored Panda live. From cats and dogs to every single wild floof that we’d adopt at the drop of a hat if only we could.

However, the climate crisis continues to ravage the planet. As politicians are calling for a global green deal, Europeans are reeling from the floods that devastated Germany, Belgium, and are now shifting to Austria. While we know that laws, international agreements, and changes to how major businesses operate are the main driving force in the fight against climate change, each of us also has a personal responsibility to move away from a wasteful life to one that has less of an impact on the environment.

That’s where the r/ZeroWaste subreddit comes in. The online community is dedicated to sharing everyday tips and tricks that help protect the environment and raise awareness about how we can all do our bit. Inch by inch. Step by small step. The end goal is to make sure that all discarded materials are reused. Ideally, absolutely nothing would be sent to landfills.

As you scroll down, remember to upvote the lifehacks that you found to be the most useful. We’d also love it if you share any of your own environmentally-friendly tips and tricks with all the other Pandas in the comments. Intrigued by a low-impact lifestyle? Thinking of joining the r/ZeroWaste community? Good on you! But first, you might want to check out their in-depth wiki. It’s incredibly informative.

I had a friendly chat about the subreddit's history, community, and how to convince people who are on the fence about doing more to protect the environment with moderator Inasaba. "/r/ZeroWaste was created in 2013, and I have personally been a part of the community since 2016, back when we only had around 5,000 subscribers. The sub really started growing in 2018, hitting 100k subscribers by the end of that year. The growth recently has been amazing!" they told Bored Panda about the subreddit's growth towards the 577k members it has now.

You can find the full interview below. I also reached out to the Greenpeace team for a few insights into how to tackle plastic pollution and move toward a more environmentally-friendly lifestyle. You'll find their insights below, too.

#1

Christmas Tree Rental

Christmas Tree Rental

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JustAPanda
Community Member
2 months ago

Must be legalized across the world

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#2

Instead Of Polluting The Planet With Confetti, Hole Punch Leaves! Fully Biodegradable

Instead Of Polluting The Planet With Confetti, Hole Punch Leaves! Fully Biodegradable

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Amy Smith
Community Member
2 months ago

My friend did this at her wedding. Looked great, was fun to make and much better for the environment :)

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#3

My Christmas Present To My Mother In Law. (It Looks Like Her Dog.) I Used All Donated Scrap Fabric. I Throw Away Nothing When Trimming - I Keep Even The Tiniest, Weirdest Pieces When I’m Quilting My Big Quilts, Because You Never Know When Something Is Going To Need A Shadow, A Collar, Or A Nose

My Christmas Present To My Mother In Law. (It Looks Like Her Dog.) I Used All Donated Scrap Fabric. I Throw Away Nothing When Trimming - I Keep Even The Tiniest, Weirdest Pieces When I’m Quilting My Big Quilts, Because You Never Know When Something Is Going To Need A Shadow, A Collar, Or A Nose

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F-Dup
Community Member
2 months ago

I keep scrolling back to this - it’s marvellous!

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I was curious to find out more about the subreddit's expansive wiki and moderator Inasaba was more than happy to open up about it. "Our wiki is largely crowdsourced, especially the page with resources by city. If you view the edit history of each page, you can see which users have contributed edits. There are a few users who have done a lot of work on it, and we are very thankful to them! One of our moderators is also in the middle of some rewrites for clarity," they pointed out that the wiki is a project made by the 'Zero Waste' community, for the community.

One of the main challenges that r/ZeroWaste faces has to do with the quality and quantity of new content. Though, to be fair, it's a challenge any larger online community is bound to have at some point in their life cycle.

"As with any large subreddit, it can be a challenge to keep content relevant, interesting, and fresh. We deal with repost bots, spammers advertising greenwashed products, and a lot of other things that luckily our users never have to see. This is definitely not unique to /r/ZeroWaste, as these are problems that I see on every subreddit I help out with," moderator Inasaba said.

#4

Libraries Are So Vastly Underappreciated

Libraries Are So Vastly Underappreciated

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Carmen Sandiego
Community Member
2 months ago

I friggen LOVE libraries. The smell of books! Beautiful classics! THE MANDATORY SILENCE! Did I mention the vast abundance of BOOKS!

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#5

This Awesome Moroccan School Security Guard Wasted No Quarantine Time And Restored, Free Of Charge, These Benches That Were Supposed To End Up In The Trash So That They Can Be Reused This School Year

This Awesome Moroccan School Security Guard Wasted No Quarantine Time And Restored, Free Of Charge, These Benches That Were Supposed To End Up In The Trash So That They Can Be Reused This School Year

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Kio!
Community Member
2 months ago

THIS GUY IS AN ANGEL

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#6

Recycling Old Picnic Coolers For Stray Cat Shelters

Recycling Old Picnic Coolers For Stray Cat Shelters

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Tassenküchlein168
Community Member
2 months ago

I love this one! Such a great idea to use the insulating ability of the boxes to make a comfortable sleeping place for strays. ❤️

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However, there are some other deeper issues at play in the community, too. "I would say that issues specific to our subreddit have been things such as the slow degradation of the ideals of 'zero waste.' A moving from an emphasis on the more important Rs (refusing and reducing,) to less important (recycling and reusing packaging.) We struggled for a long time with a lot of content that did not actually prevent waste, and that was more suited for crafting/upcycling subreddits than one where people strive for zero waste. We're working hard to try to steer the subreddit back to its roots: the goal of reducing the amount of waste that we produce as high up the chain as possible," they told Bored Panda what their current mission is.

"There has also been a bit of difficulty to expand some users' thinking with regards to their impact on the world outside of what they can directly see. The subreddit does focus a lot on packaging waste, but much of the waste in the food system occurs before the food reaches our markets. Much more impact can be made by shifting to a plant-based diet than to a local one, or a plastic-free one, for instance. But this is something that often faces harsh criticism when brought up in discussion," the mod added.

#7

Turkish Garbage Collectors Open A Library For All Of The Books Citizens Discard In Their Trash

Turkish Garbage Collectors Open A Library For All Of The Books Citizens Discard In Their Trash

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Caro Caro
Community Member
2 months ago

Never throw books away. It's a sin.

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#8

Italian Brand Barilla Removed The Plastic Window From Their Boxes (UK)

Italian Brand Barilla Removed The Plastic Window From Their Boxes (UK)

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Lytha
Community Member
2 months ago

The plastic window on the food boxes is a really useless thing... who need really this? -_-

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#9

This Was Enough For Me To Finally Kick Starbucks For Good

This Was Enough For Me To Finally Kick Starbucks For Good

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James016
Community Member
2 months ago

That is disgraceful

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I was also interested to learn how one would go about convincing someone to start walking down a more eco-friendly path in life. Moderator Inasaba pointed out that you'll only ever convince those who are on the fence on the issue; there's barely any convincing those who are set against climate change and protecting the planet.

"If someone isn't in the headspace to want to accept the facts of human-caused climate catastrophe, it will be very difficult to sway them. As for people who are more ambivalent, I believe that exposing them to the realities that are being faced in parts of the world that are more vulnerable to the early effects of climate change can be very powerful. The imagery of landfills overflowing with waste is very powerful, as well as that of the extreme weather effects, desertification, wildfires, and displacement caused by accelerating climate change," they said.

#10

Toothbrush With Replaceable Bristles So You Don’t Have To Keep Buying A New Handle

Toothbrush With Replaceable Bristles So You Don’t Have To Keep Buying A New Handle

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Caro Caro
Community Member
2 months ago

I need this

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#11

I Just Finished My Latest Art Made Solely Put Of Recycled Wine Foils

I Just Finished My Latest Art Made Solely Put Of Recycled Wine Foils

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Otter
Community Member
2 months ago

My sympathies to your liver.

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#12

Sunnybee, A Farmer's Market And Store In Chennai, India, Has Begun Wrapping Their Produce In Banana Leaves. Makes Me Glad That My Country Is Thinking Forward Like First World Countries

Sunnybee, A Farmer's Market And Store In Chennai, India, Has Begun Wrapping Their Produce In Banana Leaves. Makes Me Glad That My Country Is Thinking Forward Like First World Countries

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Mazer
Community Member
2 months ago

Want to go a couple of steps further go get a set of “ToGo Ware” bamboo utensil set, add a set of bamboo straws carried around with you and refuse the plastic straw and utensils they give you with takeout. Bamboo is fast growing and renewable. Get yourself a set of metal Tiffin containers and ask the restaurant to put your takeout in the Tiffen containers or pack your leftovers yourself at the table

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Meanwhile, Greenpeace noted that major corporations need to take responsibility for moving away from single-use plastics, thus helping to protect the environment. "To truly tackle the plastic pollution crisis big brands like Coca-Cola, Pepsi and Nestlé need to eliminate single-use plastics from their business models and replace their packaging with systems of refill and reuse," a Greenpeace representative told Bored Panda.

"As we put pressure on these companies to make the switch (and you can help us by signing our petition!), we can cut down our personal plastic footprints by: refusing single-use plastic packaging, carrying reusable bags and reusable bottles/cups, saying no to plastic straws, and using refill stations if they are available in your country," they said.

"Together, we can do better. We can bring about a simpler life without endless waste. A life where people and the planet flourish. As the saying goes, 'It’s only one bottle said 8 billion people.'"

Greenpeace reiterated that it's multinational corporations that have the biggest responsibility to make the shift toward a more eco-friendly business model. Their impact could be the greatest in helping reduce plastic production that is said to triple by the middle of the century.

#13

My Shopping Bag Has A Printed Holiday Pattern So It Can Be Reused As Wrapping Paper

My Shopping Bag Has A Printed Holiday Pattern So It Can Be Reused As Wrapping Paper

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Aesthetically Pleasing Rat
Community Member
2 months ago

ooh yeah i got one from fatface its amazing!

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#14

This Week I Will Hit My 8000th Bag Of Trash Cleaned Up. I Love My Life, And I Encourage Others To Try This

This Week I Will Hit My 8000th Bag Of Trash Cleaned Up. I Love My Life, And I Encourage Others To Try This

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Caro Caro
Community Member
2 months ago

That's really doing something for the planet and the community.

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#15

This Is Completely Out Of Season And I Did It Four Years Ago, But I Work In A Bakery In A Health Food Store And This Is How I Evaded Throwing Away Broken But Otherwise Perfectly Fine Cookies That Didn't Make The Cut For Platters. Injure Bread Men!

This Is Completely Out Of Season And I Did It Four Years Ago, But I Work In A Bakery In A Health Food Store And This Is How I Evaded Throwing Away Broken But Otherwise Perfectly Fine Cookies That Didn't Make The Cut For Platters. Injure Bread Men!

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Auntriarch
Community Member
2 months ago

I would actually pay more for these, just for the name!

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The ‘Zero Waste’ subreddit currently has more than 577k members. It’s been around since early 2013 and has since then become one of the main environmentally-friendly subreddits on the site. Reddit’s full of these and you can always find the niche that you’re particularly interested in, whether it’s r/composting, r/Frugal (which we've written about recently on Bored Panda), r/minimalism, or others.

The r/ZeroWaste moderators and community members have a lot of great info to share in their wiki. One of these pearls of wisdom is Bea Johnson’s family’s ‘5 R’s’ which help move toward a lower-impact way of life. “REFUSE what you do not need. REDUCE what you do need. REUSE by using reusables. RECYCLE what you cannot refuse, reduce, or reuse. ROT (compost) the rest,” the subreddit explains in their wiki.

#16

A Few Weeks Back I Put A Box Of Empty Candle Jars Out On My Verge For Giveaway - I Didn't Want To Throw Them Away - And Today I Found A Lil Box Of Candles In My Doorstep With Some Of The Jars Refilled With Lovely Scented Candles

A Few Weeks Back I Put A Box Of Empty Candle Jars Out On My Verge For Giveaway - I Didn't Want To Throw Them Away - And Today I Found A Lil Box Of Candles In My Doorstep With Some Of The Jars Refilled With Lovely Scented Candles

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Melissa TO
Community Member
2 months ago

Awesome!

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#17

A Library That Rents Cake Pans!

A Library That Rents Cake Pans!

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Joanie
Community Member
1 month ago

Wonderful! At the library in my hometown, one can borrow cake pans, fishing poles, strollers, Halloween costumes and others! They also have a free seed catalog. People donate heirloom seeds from their garden for others to plant and enjoy. The library provides small paper packets for the seeds. It is a small library with a big heart!

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#18

Picked Up A Used Cardigan That Turned Out To Look Much Better In The Picture Than In Person, So I Turned It Back To Yarn And Crocheted The Yarn Into A Cat Bed

Picked Up A Used Cardigan That Turned Out To Look Much Better In The Picture Than In Person, So I Turned It Back To Yarn And Crocheted The Yarn Into A Cat Bed

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Softsquatch
Community Member
2 months ago

thats so clever! i love knitting and crochet and spend tons on yarn but never thought to reuse my old jumpers. will definitely be using this.

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The subreddit suggests that people move toward a zero waste lifestyle “one small step at a time.” It’s about building a series of healthy and environmentally-friendly habits, so you can’t expect your entire philosophy to change immediately in one go. It’ll take patience, dedication, and you’ll have to overcome quite a few obstacles. Both within yourself and in your social circle.

“Start being more conscientious of what you're tossing into garbage and recycle bins. Then, identify one thing that you commonly throw away and could easily replace with a reusable item (such as replacing paper coffee cups with a travel mug),” r/ZeroWaste’s mods give newbies a sense of direction.

“As you continue making one change after another, you may find yourself considering a home composting setup, buying food in bulk, turning down free samples (and their associated packaging), taking steps to eliminate junk mail, and acquiring other reusable items to replace disposable products. Remember that each of these steps is only as sustainable as your willingness to stick with it long-term,” they explain.

#19

We Need More Coffee Shops To Do This

We Need More Coffee Shops To Do This

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Mazer
Community Member
2 months ago

Perfect

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#20

You Can Grow Loofahs (They Are In The Cucumber Family), Dry Them And Use Them To Wash Dishes. 5 Plants Make Enough For About 2 Years In Our House. Fully Biodegradable When They're Worn Out

You Can Grow Loofahs (They Are In The Cucumber Family), Dry Them And Use Them To Wash Dishes. 5 Plants Make Enough For About 2 Years In Our House. Fully Biodegradable When They're Worn Out

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SusanG
Community Member
2 months ago

And I thought those were Shredded Wheat cereal!

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#21

For Anyone Out There Who Has An Old Trampoline And Isn't Sure What To Do With It

For Anyone Out There Who Has An Old Trampoline And Isn't Sure What To Do With It

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James016
Community Member
2 months ago

That's brilliant.

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“For example, purchasing reusable silverware for use away from home does no good if you never remember to use it and/or give up on it after a few months. (You might also ask yourself if purchasing a new item is really necessary or if you could instead use something you already own or can get from a friend or secondhand store.)”

According to the mods, when making any decision at all, you should evaluate how convenient something is for you, how expensive it is (not just in terms of money but also in terms of time), and what impact your choice will have on the environment.

#22

My Dad Built A Green House Out Of Piles Of Random Stuff He’s Been Saving In The “You Never Know When It Will Come In Useful” Pile. Old Windows, Bits Of Flooring, Recycled Straightened Nails, And Off Cuts Of Steel Roofing. Only Had To Spend $40 On 8 Large Bolts. So Proud Of Him!

My Dad Built A Green House Out Of Piles Of Random Stuff He’s Been Saving In The “You Never Know When It Will Come In Useful” Pile. Old Windows, Bits Of Flooring, Recycled Straightened Nails, And Off Cuts Of Steel Roofing. Only Had To Spend $40 On 8 Large Bolts. So Proud Of Him!

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Robert T
Community Member
2 months ago

In years gone by, this was how all greenhouses were constructed.

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#23

Old Spice Has Plastic-Free Deodorant

Old Spice Has Plastic-Free Deodorant

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bryguy
Community Member
1 month ago

But why do you more than triple the price of the product when you are taking away plastic and using recycled paper? The plastic container costs roughly 17 cents to the manufacture. The paper container costs roughly 28 cents. So why is the price going from $3.47 for the plastic one to $10.99 for the paper one? (CAD in my area) You also end up with less product inside, 2.0oz for the one in paper 2.575oz for the one in plastic. They took away product to re-coop the cost of the packaging but are charging 3X the price for no reason.

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#24

Bulk Frozen Vegetables In Romania! First Time I've Seen Somethibg Like This

Bulk Frozen Vegetables In Romania! First Time I've Seen Somethibg Like This

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Gosiaatje
Community Member
1 month ago (edited)

We have had that in our supermarket in Poland ever since they opened :)

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#25

Sometimes Junk Store Frames Don’t Come With Hanging Hardware. Tin Can Lids Get The Job Done. Learned This Trick From My High School Art Teacher

Sometimes Junk Store Frames Don’t Come With Hanging Hardware. Tin Can Lids Get The Job Done. Learned This Trick From My High School Art Teacher

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Auntriarch
Community Member
2 months ago

Genius level wombling

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#26

My Boyfriend Wrote A Paper On How Superworms And Mealworms Can Digest Styrofoam Into Biodegradable Waste At A Fast Rate. We Expanded It Into A Project At School This Year. This Is A Farm That I Started A Week Ago. It's Simple And Low Maintenance. Please Try It Out!

My Boyfriend Wrote A Paper On How Superworms And Mealworms Can Digest Styrofoam Into Biodegradable Waste At A Fast Rate. We Expanded It Into A Project At School This Year. This Is A Farm That I Started A Week Ago. It's Simple And Low Maintenance. Please Try It Out!

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Kristal
Community Member
2 months ago

Okay, I really need more info on this

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#27

Our Local Supermarket Makes Juice Out Of Unsold Fruits. Literally Zero Waste

Our Local Supermarket Makes Juice Out Of Unsold Fruits. Literally Zero Waste

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James016
Community Member
2 months ago

All supermarkets should do this

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#28

As A Truck Driver I Am So Tired Of Seeing Garbage Everywhere Left By Other Drivers. So I Decided To Be The Change That I Wanted To See In The World

As A Truck Driver I Am So Tired Of Seeing Garbage Everywhere Left By Other Drivers. So I Decided To Be The Change That I Wanted To See In The World

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Kristal
Community Member
2 months ago

This is wonderful!

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#29

My Drugstore Just Got A Refill Station For Laundry And Dishwashing Detergent!

My Drugstore Just Got A Refill Station For Laundry And Dishwashing Detergent!

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Lytha
Community Member
2 months ago

In France, we have this in a lot of supermarket (bio /organic product most of way!)

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#30

Decorating My New Apartment My Updating The Furniture Left Behind

Decorating My New Apartment My Updating The Furniture Left Behind

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Kayla J
Community Member
2 months ago

We have almost the same cabinet though it does not separate, but good to know it would look good in paint.

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#31

I Built This House Almost Entirely Out Of Dirt And Reclaimed Materials!

I Built This House Almost Entirely Out Of Dirt And Reclaimed Materials!

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Abhinc
Community Member
2 months ago

just WOW !!!

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#32

Can't Believe A Zero Waste Shop Opened Up Only 15 Minutes From My Rural Village In Scotland!

Can't Believe A Zero Waste Shop Opened Up Only 15 Minutes From My Rural Village In Scotland!

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Lytha
Community Member
2 months ago

We need this everywhere !!

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#33

Today I Collected 8 Bags Of Garbage From Nature... We Try To Justify Our Ignorance In Front Of Ourselves And We Will Say "It's Not Mine", But We Are No Longer Entitled To That Nowadays. Nature Is Our Collective Responsibility, And This Sense Of Responsibility Motivates Me To Clean Up The Forest

Today I Collected 8 Bags Of Garbage From Nature... We Try To Justify Our Ignorance In Front Of Ourselves And We Will Say "It's Not Mine", But We Are No Longer Entitled To That Nowadays. Nature Is Our Collective Responsibility, And This Sense Of Responsibility Motivates Me To Clean Up The Forest

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Mazer
Community Member
2 months ago

Spot on. Kudos

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#34

Somebody Made Homes For Street Cats To Take Shelter In Out Of Water Jugs

Somebody Made Homes For Street Cats To Take Shelter In Out Of Water Jugs

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TmKhr
Community Member
2 months ago

I just wish all these cats would get a proper home

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#35

My Eldest Daughter, 13, Started Doing Embroidery After She Saw Some Videos On Instagram. Yesterday She Surprised Me With This Beautiful Flower That She Stitched Over A Hole In My Favorite Jeans!

My Eldest Daughter, 13, Started Doing Embroidery After She Saw Some Videos On Instagram. Yesterday She Surprised Me With This Beautiful Flower That She Stitched Over A Hole In My Favorite Jeans!

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Melissa TO
Community Member
2 months ago

Sweet!

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#36

The Paper Didn't Reach

The Paper Didn't Reach

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Miss Milinky
Community Member
2 months ago

drawn Santa No.2 is terrifying!

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#37

A Friend And I Have Started Doing Weekly Trash Walks Around Our Neighborhood In La. This Week We Filled Two Whole Trash Bags Going Less Than Two Blocks. We’re Hoping To Keep Growing Our Little “Club” And Maybe Inspire Some Others To Start One Too!

A Friend And I Have Started Doing Weekly Trash Walks Around Our Neighborhood In La. This Week We Filled Two Whole Trash Bags Going Less Than Two Blocks. We’re Hoping To Keep Growing Our Little “Club” And Maybe Inspire Some Others To Start One Too!

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Mazer
Community Member
2 months ago

Love that you’re doing this, hate that it needs to be done

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#38

I Sell Clothing Online And Finally Mastered Zero Waste Mailers! Made 100% Of Discarded Plastic And Sealed Shut With My Sewing Machine

I Sell Clothing Online And Finally Mastered Zero Waste Mailers! Made 100% Of Discarded Plastic And Sealed Shut With My Sewing Machine

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Gj Enui
Community Member
2 months ago

I love this!

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#39

A Local Soapmaker Sells Miscellaneous / Broken Pieces Of Soap Without Packaging At A Discount. Perfect For Trying Out New Scents!

A Local Soapmaker Sells Miscellaneous / Broken Pieces Of Soap Without Packaging At A Discount. Perfect For Trying Out New Scents!

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Trillian
Community Member
2 months ago

I use soap and solid shampoo exclusively and it's amazing how long that stuff lasts. Plus it comes packaged in paper.

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#40

George Kent Using His Own 64oz Nalgene Bottle Instead Of The Single Use Plastic Bottles Provided At The Impeachment Hearing Today

George Kent Using His Own 64oz Nalgene Bottle Instead Of The Single Use Plastic Bottles Provided At The Impeachment Hearing Today

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Hollysmom
Community Member
1 month ago

Why aren't all of these people doing this? Lazy and such a horrible example

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#41

With An Axe And Two Knives, I Carve Spoons From Freshly Fallen Wood Picked In My Forest. Spoons Are Everyday Tools That Have Been Used Since The Beginning Of Humanity

With An Axe And Two Knives, I Carve Spoons From Freshly Fallen Wood Picked In My Forest. Spoons Are Everyday Tools That Have Been Used Since The Beginning Of Humanity

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Verena Gitterle
Community Member
2 months ago (edited)

Nice hobby and the spoons look pretty!

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#42

Office Goes Zero Waste And Gave Everyone One Of These

Office Goes Zero Waste And Gave Everyone One Of These

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A B C
Community Member
2 months ago

Amazing!

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#43

Diyed A Soap Dish Out Of Unused Takeout Chopsticks, Glue, And Thread

Diyed A Soap Dish Out Of Unused Takeout Chopsticks, Glue, And Thread

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Kristal
Community Member
2 months ago

I love this

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#44

I Used Bird Seed For My Graduation Pictures Instead Of Glitter/Confetti!

I Used Bird Seed For My Graduation Pictures Instead Of Glitter/Confetti!

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Deborah B
Community Member
2 months ago

If you want glitter for photo shoots, try using edible glitter. Get the sugar-based type, and it is fully biodegradable. May attract ants though.

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#45

A Knit A Sweater Made Entirely Of Old /Scrap Yarns I Had Lying Around

A Knit A Sweater Made Entirely Of Old /Scrap Yarns I Had Lying Around

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Paisley Nougat
Community Member
2 months ago

may be "old school" but new school to me. very nice. thanks for the post.

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