How Plastic Pollution May Be Impacting Your Health  

Walk along any river bank, beachfront, or marine location, it’s near-guaranteed you will find at least one piece of plastic. Since the introduction of the first polyethylene bag in the 1960’s, the human reliance on single-use plastic...

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5 Fun Activities to Encourage Recycling At Home

 Studies find that nearly 265 million metric tons of waste is produced in the US each day. Of this, less than 1% of solid waste gets recycled. The waste produced in our homes, when disposed of ineffectively, chokes the earth and the oceans.

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Listening To Your Feedback: Improvements For EAT in 2018 & Beyond

Hello EAT Community members.

My name is Chris Powers and I have partnered with Wayne to help scale up EAT.

After reading hundreds of emails from our partners, students, and audience members, I thought it appropriate to publish a post to address...

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The History of EAT and Honoring Dennis Weaver

The EAT Community started as a project of The Institute of Ecolonomics, which is an environmental nonprofit fostering business innovations to scale sustainability. EAT was an acronym for the Ecolonomic Action Team. Ecolonomics being defined as the...

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Welcome To EAT Community - Here's What We're Working On

Hello and welcome to EAT!

We’re on a mission to build a world class education company about regenerative agriculture, land restoration, and sustainable techniques and technologies.

If you are reading this you’re probably the kind of...

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