In this episode of In The Know: Extreme Minimalists, Kennedy shares how she became an eco-minimalist who produces almost zero waste.
Pela makes phone cases, watch straps, sunglasses and more that are 100% biodegradable.
Inspired by the preserving power of fruits and vegetables’ natural protective skins, Food Huggers are designed to keep your produce fresher for longer.
Grouphug Solar is on a mission to make tech gadgets that are accessible, environmentally friendly, and look good in your home. Their Window Solar Charger is a must-have for any eco-conscious phone user.
Precycle in Brooklyn is a zero-waste, package-free grocery store that makes it easier to lead to a more sustainable lifestyle.
It’s important to shop sustainably now more than ever.
You’d never know Cheryl Hayes pieces were ever tires to begin with.
The leak-proof cups are so portable they’ll fit into any bag and even your pocket.
Morgan Young is a designer who believes it’s her “responsibility to take care of the planet.”
Seabins are floating trash receptacles that filter out pollutants like microplastics and oils.