By Greta Thunberg
This book is a compilation of most of Greta Thunberg's speeches throughout the years. A powerful and inspiring read.
By Jamie Margolin
Youth to Power is an amazing guide to youth climate activism. Written by 16 year old Jamie Margolin, this book is great for teenagers ready to make their voice heard.
By Kathryn Kellogg
Zero Waste Kids is a great book for all ages, especially younger kids. It is full of fun easy activities to reduce waste.
By Bea Johnson
This book is the number one book when it comes to zero waste. It is packed full with everything you need to create a more sustainable lifestyle. Written by the leading face in zero waste Bea Johnson, who lives a lifestyle where her family of four preduces one quart of waste per year, this book is just what you need to start you off on your zero waste path.
By Julia Watkins
Simply Living Well is an amazing book that covers pretty much all aspects of minimalist living. Full of everything from eco friendly cleaning supplies to homemade herbal remedies and packed with beautiful photography as well.
By Anne-Marie Bonneau
This book is full of tips on how to reduce your food waste and recipes that are waste free and use up those food scrap you never knew you threw away!
This documentary follows the famous climate activist Greta Thunberg on her journey to fame, how she convinced countries to change their policies and what you can do to help.
This documentary takes a look at the downside of commercial fishing, how it affects fish populations, other animals, and the humans that consume the fish. It also dives into the issue of fishing nets and their effect on plastic pollution and climate change.
This documentary takes a look at how we could capture CO2 in the earth through sustainable farming practices and help reverse the effects of climate change.
Chasing Coral dives into the horrifying truths of coral bleaching, what happens, and how climate change has everything to do with it.
This documentary, made by the famous David Attenborough is a cry of help to society about the urgency of our climate crises. One of the best documentaries we have ever watched.
This website was created by zero waste enthusiast and entrepreneur Lauren Singer in hopes that it would provide the global community a space to purchase standard household items usually found in plastic, package free.
Who Gives a Crap is an online store that delivers plastic free packaged toilet paper right to your door. Toilet paper being one of the most wasteful household items, this store gives you the opportunity to buy it plastic free!
This store is great for anyone interested in buying plastic free packaging items such as tape, mailers, bubble wrap, and more. Especially good for anyone interested in starting a business.
Pela phone cases provide you with an amazing eco friendly alternative to plastic ones, at Pela the phone cases are...compostable! Made from 100% compostable plant-based biopolymer which comes from recycled materials and flax straw fiber, a waste byproduct of the oilseed harvest.
Author and zero waste enthusiast, Kathryn Kellogg creates a great website and blog for all ages full of helpful tips, recipes and more.
Created by the author of Zero Waste Home: The Ultimate Guide to Simplifying Your Life by Reducing Your Waste. Bea Johnson brings yet another amazing platform to help you and your family reduce your waste.
Creator of the online store Package Free, Lauren Singer brings yet another great zero waste blog to the online community. You can also find her YouTube channel here for further inspiration.
Award winning cookbook authors David Frenkiel and Luise Vindahl create an amazing online website full of healthy, eco friendly, meals for all ages interested in cooking, baking, and good food period.