- By the end of learning module “Food“. you will be able to name 5 ways you can reduce your food waste and diet-related carbon emissions.
- By the end of learning module “Greenwashing“, you will be able to differentiate between a sustainable product/company and one that uses the guise of sustainability to sell a product.
- By the end of the “Recycling 101” module, you’ll know what happens to your recycling after you put it in the bin, where you can recycle special items, and what you can recycle.
- By the end of the “Single-use Plastics” module, you will be able to name 5 of the most common single-use plastic polluters and know how to reduce your dependence on single-use plastics.
- By the end of module “Textiles“, you will understand what various common fabrics are composed of, the most sustainable fabric choices, and how you can make more sustainable clothing and linen decisions.
Alane Ertel is a graduate from the MPH program at the University of North Florida, and was an Intern at their Environmental Center during the creation of this project. Alane’s goal in creating this project is to increase awareness of environmental issues, spread zero/low waste practices, and improve environmental and human health by utilizing her passions for the environment and for creating a healthier society.