If you’re just starting out on your sustainability journey and are looking for resources to learn more about our planet and what’s helping/harming it, we’re here to help!
Below are three starting points: a book, a TED talk, and a documentary on Netflix. Each touches on a different portion of our environment and world, and helps us understand how small sustainable choices can leave a major impact.
In Eating Animals, Foer dives deep into our carnivorous traditions and the effects mass-producing food has on our environment. This book will make you laugh, and more importantly, it will make you think.
#JONATHANSANFRANFOER #GOODREADS #INDIEAUTHORS
For over forty years, Sylvia Earle has been an advocate, lover, and adamant protector of our oceans, which she refers to as the “vital blue heart of the planet.” In her TED talk, which won the TED prize (a $1 million dollar prize to continue outreach and advocacy), Earle admonishes viewers to take action in whatever way possible: “I wish you would use all means at your disposal...to ignite public support for a global network of marine protected areas, hope spots large enough to save and restore the ocean.”
#TEDTALKS #SYLVIAEARLE #OCEANS
Environmental photographer James Balog risks everything to document our changing glacial landscapes. Equipped with 25 state-of-the-art timelapse cameras, Balog and his adventurous crew set out to capture three years of timelapse video to condense into their Chasing Ice documentary. The project, Extreme Ice Survey, morphs into what the Huffington Post called “Hauntingly beautiful.”
#NETFLIX #CHASINGICE #JAMES_BALOG #NATGEO #NATGEOCREATIVE #SUSTAINABILITY #OUTDOORRETAILER
With so many resources on sustainability, we know these barely scratch the surface.
What are your favorite sustainability resources?
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