Paul Kradin

Golden Gate Bridge

Your Chance to Take Action for Less Plastic in California

Californians are accustomed to being at the forefront of important environmental movements. It’s hard to imagine our beautiful state without its landmark protections for our air, water, coastline and other majestic ecosystems. In 2006, we created the country’s first carbon trading system and in 2018 we pledged to achieve carbon neutrality by 2045.  Now we …

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Forever Chemicals in Food Packaging: We Need Less of this Fiber in Our Diets

Fiber bowls have become nearly ubiquitous in to-go foodservice over the past 6-7 years, largely in response to a rising tide of laws banning Styrofoam and single-use plastic in eco-conscious jurisdictions. Unfortunately, we’re just trading one environmental health problem for a different sort. Even more than the ambiguously labeled ‘bio-plastic,’ fiber bowls evoke a sense …

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How the GoJYBE App Will Directly Reduce Plastic Waste

How You Can Use The GoJYBE App To Promote Sustainable Restaurants Attacking a problem that’s literally been piling up by-the-ton since the 1950s is not easy, but it also never gets any better if we don’t start somewhere. Any way you choose to look at single-use plastic statistics can be paralyzingly scary, (especially when considering …

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