Mr. Eco- Environmental Rap Hero for Kids!

Meet Mr. Eco, the environmental rap hero for kids. Children are exposed to thousands of ads per day, trying to convince them to consume, consume, consume. Mr. Eco uses hip-hop to teach children to respect and protect the world. He has performed at over 400 schools, to over 210,000 students. And the kids go wild!

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Rooftop Farming

Welcome to the world’s largest soil rooftop farm. It covers 2.5 acres on two rooftops in New York City. That’s about two football fields of space! The farmers harvest 50,000 pounds of food every year and sell the produce locally at farmers markets, restaurants, and through a CSA.

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Imperfect Produce

Our fruits and vegetables are being wasted, and you are paying extra for it! The crooked carrot, the curvy cucumber, the under-size apple. Billions of pounds of fruits and veggies are wasted, often for being the “wrong” shape, color, or size.

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Community Gardens Spreading Across USA!

Community gardens are spreading across the USA! The community garden movement started in the early 1900’s. Today there are over 18,000 community gardens in the USA and Canada! From urban cities to small towns, they are helping the grow-your-own-food movement to flourish.

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Lupii Cafe- Zero Waste Cafe in Vancouver

40% of all food in the USA and Canada is wasted, largely due to cosmetic standards and arbitrary dates. Lupii Cafe is Vancouver’s first zero-waste cafe where you can enjoy a delicious and affordable meal that’s environmentally and socially responsible.

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Stolen Bamboo Bike! Turning a Bad Deed into Good Deeds

UPDATE 09/11/2018

This is story of how my bamboo bike got stolen and the roller coaster ride I went on to try to get it back. Many of you saw the adventure as it unfolded, but you only saw a fraction of the story. After a year in the making, I’m so excited to finally bring you the full story.
When I decided to search for the bike I had a feeling it was going to be quite the adventure, so I decided to film it, but I never, ever expected it to turn out like this. I truly hope that you’ll take the time to watch this short film. I believe you’ll be very glad you did.

The theft of my bike resulted in me giving bikes to 55 people.

 


 

My bamboo bike was stolen last night!

(UPDATE: BIKE FOUND AND GOOD DEEDS DONE. SEE ABOVE.)
Those of you who know me probably know I have just around 100 possessions to my name and this is one of the most important, if not the most important. I don’t have a car and it’s my transportation. I’ve ridden across the United States doing good deeds on this bicycle. Thousands of miles of doing good deeds for others have been done on this bike! And now it’s been stolen in a single bad deed. It’s a little bit soul crushing.

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Boulder Food Rescue

This group is rescuing food by bicycle to distribute to people in need in their community! Enough food is wasted to feed every food-insecure person in the USA, yet 1 in 7 Americans don’t have enough to eat. There is no food shortage problem, only a distribution problem, and food access disproportionately affects people of color, seniors, and people with disabilities.

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