In a constantly changing world, it's important to stay educated on important topics that are difficult to discuss. This past year we've seen the Black Lives Matter movement take center stage in bringing awareness to systemic racism and its effects on minorities. Now more than ever, we must educate ourselves on important issues such as racism, sexism, ageism, and today's focus: ableism. More specifically, we'll look at how ableism is related to the environment and sustainability.
Switching to a more eco-friendly lifestyle and educating kids in today's generation is a great way to start sustainability practices early. These tips are easy to incorporate in your day-to-day life, teaches kids the reduce-reuse-recycle concepts, the value of the environment and includes in-home sustainability practices! We must make sure that the future generation treats the earth respectfully and it is great to start at an early age.
In honour of global recycling day, we wanted to put together an easy guide for recycling. Whether you're new to recycling or have been doing it for years, we have some tips that we think you can definitely benefit from! Find out the best tips for recycling, some examples of what is and what is not recyclable, and the types of plastics you can and cannot recycle. I have been recycling for years but only recently found out the various types of plastics and which ones are typically recyclable.