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An "Olympic Forest" Is Being Planted To Lower The Carbon Emissions of The Olympic Games
The International Olympic Committee is planting 355,000 native trees in Mali and Senegal to meet their goal of curbing their emissions by 30% in 2024. In addition to sequestering CO2, the initiative will increase the availability of local food in the surrounding area and create economic opportunities within the agroforestry industry.
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Sea Change- One Man's Love For The Ocean and Surf
Plastic Oceans International presents a short film on one man’s mindfulness in the pursuit of truth and the perfect wave, detailing his approach to the environment and surfing, and his passion for both. Watch how John McCarthy is re-thinking the surf industry and going back to the basics by creating boards from renewable materials.
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Take The Plastic-Free July Challenge
Join millions of people in the fight against single-use plastic waste this July. The plastic free July challenge encourages change on a personal level to create a cleaner future for our planet and everyone on it. We signed up- will you?
What we're doing this month...
Enjoying a night under the stars with Pitch USA
Bambu is partnering with Pitch USA to make camping across the midwest more accessible (and eco-friendly). They take the hassle out of adventure by having your campsite set up when you arrive.
From The Blog...
How Long Do Bamboo Utensils Last?
We can tell you this much already: We've got a set that's been in use since 2003...
The Ultimate Car Camping Kitchen Checklist
Gearing up for outdoor adventure this summer? Use this checklist to make sure you've packed everything you need to enjoy a few tasty meals in the fresh air.
One Last Bit Of Good News...