Eco-Friendly Travel Tips from Eco18

‘Tis the season for being outdoors and enjoying all the natural wonders this world has to offer! It’s important, however, to remember to do all we can to remain eco-friendly while we travel - especially because planes, trains, and automobiles contribute so much to greenhouse...

18 Questions with Adrienne Adar

1. What is your name? Adrienne Adar 2. Where are you based? I am Los Angeles based. 3. What is your occupation? I am an artist working in photography, sound, and interactive installations. 4. Is there a ‘green’ memory from your youth that led you to work with nature? I’ve always had...

Good News for Green Sea Turtles

Green sea turtles could possibly have their extinction risk level officially changed from “endangered” to “threatened” after two extensive surveys have shown that the gentle marine creatures are beginning to bounce back from near extinction. The photogenic green sea turtles were designated as “endangered” in...

How This Woman Fixed Plastic

The internet is full of information but we were lucky enough to come across an interview with a fantastic startup based in Tel Aviv, and they are solving the plastic solution problem!  Chemical engineer Sharon used to work for a plastic company until she left to...

18 Questions With DAK Recycling

                                  18 Questions with Kevin Kaskel and Andrew Korn   What is your name? Kevin Kaskel What is your occupation? CEO What was your favorite (green) memory growing up? I saw people taking garbage from dumpsters and realized there was value & it’s beneficial for the...

How Each Of Us Recycle

Recycling does not come naturally - it takes time to work its way into your daily routine. Here are some ways our team members recycle. We hope it inspires you to make recycling an important part of your day!   Francesca: I was worried about the recycling situation...

How You Can Save Water in Your Home

The earth holds fresh water beneath its surface, but it is being used faster than it is being replenished. Society lives off groundwater, which is our main source of drinking water. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reports that the average American family of four uses...