If you’re anything like us, you think about the natural world a lot – it doesn’t take much to summon images of trash-strewn beaches and bare forests to your mind, and you always do your best to avoid harming the planet.
But as much as we work to preserve nature, most of us forget to enjoy it. Whether it’s the tree in your backyard shifting color with the seasons, a trip to the beach, or a stroll in a nearby park – when was the last time you took a moment to just breathe it in, notice it, enjoy it?
You’re fighting the good fight for sustainability. But do you sometimes feel like you’re a lone soldier on the battlefield? Whether you’re new to the world of environmentalism or you’ve been involved for a long time, having a community can make all the difference.
So how can you find others who are also passionate about the planet? In this post, you’ll learn simple ways to find and join local sustainability-focused groups or events. Plus, we’re including five tips to help you start your own.
It’s the last few days of 2022, and you know what that means… A fresh start is just around the corner. New year, new me – after all, who would turn down an opportunity to ditch those bad habits and finally become that dreamy, wonderful version of themselves they know, deep down, they could be?
But resolutions are tricky things. Usually, it goes something like this: In a flurry of inspiration, you tell yourself you’ll change everything – you’ll eat better, go to the gym three times a week, cut out social media, and of course, this year, you’ll actually start living zero waste. For real, this time – no more excuses.
Our mission at Lochtree is to be your guide and resource for sustainable living. Our promise to customers is to share a fantastic selection of curated eco-friendly and zero-waste products. We recognize that sustainability is a global issue and that demand is continuing to rise for new solutions that address the challenges generated by our lifestyles. As a zero-waste store our aim is to help consumers reduce waste and play a role in addressing environmental challenges.