We have come up with a straightforward decluttering approach that we’ve dubbed the RAID method, which stands for Remove, Assess, Ignore, and Donate.
A new study has some great news about clothing use: people want to reuse more, a lot more.
Check out this collection of spring cleaning podcasts, blogs, and books that push the boundaries of an otherwise hum-drum and tedious subject.
Today, aproximately 844 million people don’t have reasonable access to safe water. Find out how changes in fashion can help preserve water resouces.
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Chrissie Chipewa is helping girls in Malawi avoid early marriage and stay in school. Watch the video that tells her story.
Clothing is coming off the runways and into retail stores quicker than ever, but at what cost?
March 14 is International School Meals Day! Learn what Planet Aid's Food for Knowledge project is doing in Mozambique to make school lunches a reality.
Materials being collected by U.S. cities for recycling are not being recycled but are being incinerated or landfilled. A ban on imports is creating the problem.
Spring cleaning is a global cultural phenomenon. But why? Learn more about the physiology and anthropology related to our ritual need to clean.