Sustainability

Foiling an Aluminum Myth

It is so tempting to search for easy explanations for the onset of debilitating diseases, like Alzheimer’s, that seem to evade our medical science. But finding the culprit should be based on credible research so people aren’t accidentally dosed with a bolus of confusion alongside their existing fears. We’ve heard accusations about aluminum playing a …

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Top Water Contamination Concern for 200M Americans Revealed in New Research

We’ve posted in the past about the dangerous PFAS (Pea’-fas) lining that coats most of the molded fiber containers used for takeout food. A few jurisdictions have outlawed them, but we’ve yet to encounter any PFAS police. New research would seem to show that the horse has already left the barn on protecting the public …

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SIT IN WITH JYBE: 10 Questions with Friday Apaliski | Sustainability Concierge

Friday Apaliski helps people do better. As San Francisco’s renowned “Sustainability Concierge,” Friday has managed to create a space where making earth-friendly choices is both obvious and easy. After spending six years at San Francisco’s Department of the Environment, witnessing first-hand just how nuanced being eco-conscious can be, she is now an invaluable personal guide …

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SIT IN WITH JYBE: Interview with Natalie Lessa

It was our absolute pleasure to sit in (virtually, of course) with Co-Owner of ReCREATE Waste Collaborative Natalie Lessa – sustainability consultant and waste collection extraordinaire. Natalie has traveled the globe to ensure everyone, from HBO to your local school district, has access to the 5Rs: reduce, reuse, recycle, rot (and her personal favorite – …

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