Renewable Rundown: September 2022
TGP’s monthly blog dedicated to renewable energy & sustainability
If you like what you’re reading and want to see sustainability and renewable energy in action, join us on an upcoming program in 2022! Explore our programs HERE.
Following torrential rain and subsequent flooding, Jackson, Mississippi is in crisis as officials scramble to restore water service to more than 150,000 citizens. This issue is a long time coming as the city has failed to upgrade aging infrastructure – a problem that could cost billions to fix.
For those of us that want to travel the world, our ecological impact is a concern. However, there are many ways to do make your trips more sustainable. This video gives you tips & tricks on how to make small but meaningful changes before and during your adventures!
Are sustainable products actually sustainable?
Last year, as many as 40% of sustainability claims made online may be misleading.
And you’ve probably heard of greenwashing before… but what if the standards we have that tell us when something is sustainable aren’t true to begin with?
This video breaks down what’s happening to help make sure what products say they’re sustainable… actually are!
Good Sustainability News
With our recent program in Belize, GREENies collected over 1,253 individual pieces of trash in 20 STUFFED trash bags. It’s a welcome change to see big companies attempting to make their plastics more sustainable, but more can always be done!