Live Green or Fry: Minimal Waste Living
Welcome to our podcast Live Green or Fry. We are students at the University of New Hampshire and we are recording this podcast in collaboration with our Honors Contemporary Conservation Issues Class. Our mission is to promote open conversation about a variety of environmental issues and topics in order to raise awareness and encourage action. Follow Us On: Insta @ livegreenorfry, Youtube @ livegreenorfry, Spotify @ livegreenorfry, and iTunes @ livegreenorfry Here are the sources which we had gotten for our discussion in this episode and we invite our listeners to check them out if they are interested. “How to Embrace the Zero Waste Lifestyle, Realistically.” The Tiny Life, 23 Apr. 2019, thetinylife.com/how-to-embrace-the-zero-waste-lifestyle-realistically/. Leighton, Mara. “26 Eco-Friendly Alternatives for Things You Use Every Day.” The Independent, Independent Digital News and Media, 25 Jan. 2018, www.independent.co.uk/environment/eco-friendly-alternatives-environment-better-every-day-plastic-bags-a8178531.html. Star, Letitia L. “A Guide to Zero-Waste Living - Healthy Home.” Mother Earth Living, 2019, www.motherearthliving.com/healthy-home/zero-waste-living-zmfz15jfhou. “Waste Disposal.” WWF, 2019, wwf.panda.org/knowledge_hub/teacher_resources/webfieldtrips/waste_disposal/. “Wastes.” EPA, Environmental Protection Agency, 19 Nov. 2018, www.epa.gov/report-environment/wastes. “What Is Waste?” The Environmental Literacy Council, 2015, enviroliteracy.org/environment-society/waste-management/what-is-waste/. “Zero-Waste Lifestyle, a Simple Living Philosophy Which Everyone Can Take Part In.” Fundación Vida Sostenible, 2016, www.vidasostenible.org/informes/zero-waste-lifestyle-a-simple-living-philosophy-which-everyone-can-take-part-in/. DISCLAIMER: All opinions expressed are our own and do not represent the views of the NR435 Honors class section and those enrolled in and associated with it, or the University of New Hampshire.
Duration: 37 min