Staying at home is the new going out! Due to the COVID-19 crisis facing our country, people are spending much more time at home, which changes how we must behave in order to lead an environmentally-friendly life. Food waste, plastic recycling and even our trash collecting infrastructure has been impacted by consumers' changing lifestyles in unexpected ways. So what can we do? Sheltering and social distancing doesn't mean we have to give up on sustainability. Join us for an interactive Zoom session, "Sustainable Sheltering: How to be Eco-Friendly at Home", for a primer on urban composting, tips for making conscious consumer choices, and more!
Title: "Sustainable Sheltering: How to be Eco-Friendly at Home"
Time: Tuesday, June 16, 5 p.m. – 6 p.m.
Location: Zoom link to be provided
Lauren Clarke is the Founder and CEO of Turn Compost. She is a certified Master Gardener with Texas A&M AgriLife (Class of 2013) and a certified composting specialist with Texas A&M AgriLife. She is educated as a compost facility operator with the US Composting Council, and she is also a Certified Culinarian with the American Culinary Federation.
Korina Smith is the founder and contributor to The Conscious Citizen Effect, a website she launched to spread awareness about ways we can make better consumer choices that are kinder to the planet, animals, and our local and global communities . Korina believes that creating conscious habits and choosing intentionally where we shop, travel and dine can help us curate a lifestyle that will make a tremendous social impact over time.
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