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SDG 12: Responsible consumption and production

Iona Mapa's picture

CONSCIOUS DINNER PARTIES!

Today was the first time I hosted a dinner party with friends, and I asked everyone to bring RE-USABLE food containers and utensils, so that we could minimize our trash. I was so glad to see everyone's compliance to my request!! I COMMIT TO continuing this practice for all the future food events that I plan. I hope that this also inspires my guests tonight (and all my guests in the future) to continue this practice, creating an even bigger impact!

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Amelia Tomkins's picture

Reinstating my compost biN

Composting all organic matter and kitchen waste and using the composted goodness on my veggie patch!

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Clarissa Ming Li Chia's picture

One step at a time

Choose the stairs over elevators where possible.

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Tanya Milnes's picture

FOOD FROM THE SOURCE

Buying vegetables from the farmers market as opposed to supermarkets supports local farmers and reduces food waste #produceequality - our broccoli was considered too small for supermarkets, but that’s fine because it’s going to be great in our pesto pasta! Bonus is it’s package free, working towards a plastic free house supporting local businesses.

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Tanya Milnes's picture

Sustainable consumption

Supporting social innovation and entrepreneurship, Who Gives A Crap is a 100% recycled toilet paper that is packaged in recyable packaging and donates 50% of its profits to build toilets in countries that need them. Creating social change through consumption choices.

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MIchelle Croughan's picture

GO ZERO PLAstic

When I go shopping, I already use reusable bags, and refuse to buy produce that comes wrapped in plastic. To take this one step further I want to seek out grocers that allow me to buy things using my own reuseable packaging, like rice, pasta, nut, spices ect.

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Iona Mapa | 06/20/2018 - 23:29

This is awesome! I hope to hear about the grocers that you visit and hopefully find branches close to me too!

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Kevin Zhangchao's picture

no to disposable lunch box

Many of my friends are having lunch at school, but just a few of them have recyclable lunch box, so i need to take one step to bring my sustainable lunch box to influence other people to know these disposable plastic materials can really cause environmental problems!

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Patricia Madero's picture

war on waste: recycling

SDG 12: Responsible consumption and production SDG 14: Sustainable Oceans

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Carter Carvalho's picture

Yes to recycled toilet paper

Promote the impacts non-recycled toilet paper has on the environment, such as 27,000 trees cut down a day to produce toilet paper. As well as convert more toilet paper in my university to recycled toilet paper

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Yuen Fung Lam's picture

Ride bike

I will ride my bike to campus and some short distance destinations including the grocery shops and train station.

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