How we shop during the COVID-19 pandemic can feel like a constant ethical dilemma, one that could have big consequences on the way we buy and consume stuff in the future.
Articles by Alexandra Zissu
Tatiana Schlossberg discusses her book “Inconspicuous Consumption: The Environmental Impact You Don’t Know You Have” in this interview.
“Air pollution really intersects with all of the issues we are grappling with in the world,” says Beth Gardiner, author of “Choked”.
Friendship can help get us through the climate crisis. Denworth says turning to our friends now is an evolutionary response, especially for women who respond to crisis by “tending and befriending.” “Friendship,” she said, “is designed to help us through the stresses of life.”
In an inspiring interview with climate scientist Angle Hsu, she says her work feels more urgent now that she is a mother.
Colin Beavan, “No Impact Man” discusses how he chooses to act on climate in ways that come naturally to him.
Moms are outraged at Toyota. In the worst kind of greenwashing, the automaker joined Trump in an effort to dangerously weaken their responsibilities to develop clean cars. Ready to dump your Prius?
Learning from people at the forefront of climate research and advocacy, can make an impactful difference in shifting mind-sets and feeling hopeful about the future.
Read about the negative aspects of plastic, including the fact that it’s made from fossil fuels and can contain harmful chemicals including BPA.
Hear from Alexandra Zissu on her family’s food choices and learn how the choices you make around food impact climate change.
Read stories of farmers all over the U.S. doing deals and leasing out all or part of their land for solar farms to bring in additional revenue.
Hear from a New York mom on school bus idling and why this harmful habit needs to stop for the sake of our children’s health–and all air breathers.