5 Strategies For Shrinking Your Carbon Footprint


Originally from Montreal, I'm a motivated Canadian deeply committed towards implementing and communicating sustainability. Although things look dire, there's still time to act! To that effect, I'm more than happy to collaborate in order to help advance the sustainability transformation. Now living in Tokyo, I'm ready and willing to reach across countries and time zones to help realize positive change.

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  1. October 29, 2018

    […] here to view the next installment and learn about what you can do to cut down on your carbon […]

  2. October 30, 2018

    […] from a local supplier, you are cutting down on transportation and thus significantly reducing your carbon footprint. In addition, you are support the local economy (bonus), and in my personal experience, I have […]

  3. October 30, 2018

    […] waste is real (see Shrinking Your Carbon Footprint). Cars spend the majority of their lifespan parked (and I don’t mean in traffic!). In the US […]

  4. November 9, 2018

    […] watch what you consume. Try to cut down on your carbon footprint. This means cutting back on fossil fuels (and fossil fuel products, aka plastics) as well as your […]

  5. April 18, 2019

    […] ➡️Babywearing a Newborn – Sharing My Discoveries […]

  6. March 9, 2020

    […] such means of cutting back on our carbon emissions is through resorting to renewable sources as the main source of energy for powering our world. It […]

  7. August 25, 2020

    […] You might decide to donate to a cause, volunteer for an organization, join a protest, or simply ditch plastic disposables. When contemplating the options, it’s natural that you might hesitate in the face of the […]

  8. August 29, 2020

    […] can do on your own. For instance, increasing your awarenesses of sustainability, or attempting to reduce your personal environmental impact. However, it really does help to meet and interact with like-minded people. A lot of what needs to […]

  9. September 9, 2020

    […] I genuine love sharing personal stories and tips for cutting down carbon, we ultimately need large-scale change to overcome the climate crisis. That doesn’t mean that […]

  10. October 28, 2020

    […] is directly related to the climate crisis. Singapore has demonstrated genuine efforts to reduce its carbon footprint. Although they are still heavily reliant on fossil fuels, they have indicated their intent to […]

  11. December 8, 2020

    […] locally has become incredibly important during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is far more sustainable than buying from large franchises or ordering from Amazon. Of course, the most sustainable gifts […]

  12. December 12, 2020

    […] real way to reduce your environmental footprint with your artificial Christmas tree is to get at least five to nine years use out of it. However, […]

  13. January 7, 2021

    […] outcomes for both the individual and the planet! Growing your own plants from seed will totally shrink your carbon footprint. It’s also a great way to provide you with healthy, fresh, and delicious alternatives from […]

  14. March 30, 2021

    […] Reusable bottles make sense. I’m not yet a minimalist, but I have long since past the interest in consumerism. I much rather spend my money on good food and awesome experiences. Still, we do need things! When I decide to buy though, I’m admittedly picky about it. […]

  15. April 2, 2021

    […] a more sustainable life means challenging yourself to reconsider the habits that we’ve inherited. This can be something as small as not throwing away a tiny silica […]

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