Refill App to Help You Ditch Bottled Water

Plastic pollution is devastating our oceans. Every year, 30 billion single-use plastic water bottles are sold. They end up in our waterways. Companies make us believe we need their water, but the truth is that bottled is less regulated than tap, and can be 1,000 times more expensive. Historic water fountains have disappeared in many communities, but there are still taps.

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Carla Naden- Giving Dignified Lives to Special Needs Dogs

Meet Carla Naden, the woman rescuing special needs dogs. Over 3 million dogs per year end up in shelters in the USA, and over half a million are euthanized. Carla started Animal Synergy to rescue “super seniors,” special needs, and terminally ill dogs. These are the dogs which everyone tends to ignore. She provides them with a respectful, dignified life, and restores their souls for whatever time they have remaining.

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Toast Ale: Craft Beer Made From Wasted Bread

Americans love their bread, but they waste millions of pounds of it each year. Most ends up in landfills where it emits methane: a potent green house gas. Americans also love their beer, so Toast Ale has come up with an innovative solution to make a craft beer from bread that would have otherwise gone to waste!

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Brian Blum- The Sustainable Daddy

Meet Brian Blum, a busy dad with a full time corporate job, who still makes time to create a sustainable paradise in San Diego. He has a small house on a small lot, but manages to do a lot with it. He grows healthy, organic food for his family and has planted close to 20 fruit trees, which are part of his permaculture food forest.

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Share Shed- A Library of Things

Guest blog by: Mirella Ferraz from the Network of Wellbeing

People are drowning in stuff. Many people have more stuff than they need and use, while others find themselves lacking useful goods that could help improve their lives. So this leads to questioning: Why buy when you can borrow? Why hold on to goods you don’t need when you can lend them to others? The recently launched Share Shed is one community-based response to these questions.

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Punta Mona Center Costa Rica

Welcome to Punta Mona, the land of freedom. It’s a tropical paradise off-the-grid in the Caribbean Jungle of Costa Rica.There are no roads here. You arrive by boat or hike 2 hours through primarily rainforest. Stephen Brooks, who left suburban Miami to create a new way of life, founded the community in 1995.

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Permaculture Country Club

Welcome to The Permaculture Country Club in Costa Rica, the model for an environmentally conscious country club. Most country clubs are based around golf courses, which use huge amounts of toxic fertilizers, pesticides, fossil fuels, water, and land. The Permaculture Country Club is out to be an example for a better way of life.

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