Many Americans toss away packaging without much thought, resulting in the United States – at 4.4 percent of the world’s population – producing 20 percent of the world’s trash, the majority of this being packaging and printed paper (PPP).
Refillable water bottle? Check. Packed light? Yep. Took public transportation to the airport? Gold star! Globetrotters today think more and more about the impact of their travel, especially air travel, on the environment.
The world has changed significantly since the first Earth Day, just shy of 50 years ago. Everything from cars to clothes to how we communicate has shifted dramatically. One thing, however, remains: protecting our environment should be top of mind for all of us.
Nothing competes with the tactile pleasure of thumbing through a well-printed magazine, or the comfort of curling up with a great book. Serious readers, like college students, concentrate best with print.
Our work is rooted in making cities more livable by building them around people, not cars. As part of our commitment to cities through Lyft City Works we’re partnering with The Trust for Public Land (TPL) to create and protect parks in areas where they’re needed most.
Earth Month is in full swing, and here at Target, we’re building on the same good work we do all year long: putting innovative solutions in place across the company to leave our planet better for future families.
if you’ve ever wondered what the arrows and numbers located on the bottom of a plastic object actually mean, this is your answer. What is the RIC, and what does each plastic recycling code represent? Read on.