When Robert Haley was a kid growing up in the ’60s, he collected Coke bottles for a nickel or dime.
Today, Haley is the Zero Waste Manager for the San Francisco Department of the Environment and he recycles a lot more than just bottles and cans. After working for both the nonprofit and for-profit…
With today’s economic realities, a “shift to thrift” is vital to help our country’s cash-strapped and debt-laden citizens save more and spend less, while conserving precious resources. One important element of that shift—reuse—is easier than ever, thanks to a growing number of Internet sites that… By greenamerica
Smuckers removes GMOs and high fructose corn syrup from Uncrustables, its very popular peanut butter and jelly product for kids.
Green America's GMO Inside campaign has mobilized tens of thousands of consumers to ask Smuckers to remove GMOs from its products.
This Plastic Free July, ask your elected officials to support the Break Free from Plastic Pollution Act!
Green America is proud to be one of over 400 advocacy groups supporting this ground-breaking legislation,…
By Beth Porter
The COVID-19 crisis has touched every aspect of our society and laid bare the fundamental, unjust problems in many of our systems, particularly in healthcare, agriculture, and housing. The waste system is also one that has been…
By Beth Porter
If the label says "flushable," then wet wipes should be able to go down the toilet, right?
Unfortunately, no. Flushable wipes aren't as flushable as advertised.
But people are flushing wipes down toilets – and this is causing…