The Olympics brings a huge opportunity for depolarization and discourse on some of the major issues we need to address globally. Sport in general brings people together from all different backgrounds, with different beliefs and political leanings. Event’s like this can be incredible ‘ice-breakers’ for non-politicized conversations about sustainability and human rights between people who may not find common ground otherwise.
Eat to save the planet? You don’t have to tell us twice. Eating less meat is one lifestyle change that is becoming increasingly popular, but eating the planet’s more destructive species – whether a plant, fish or animal – can still have a very positive effect on the environment.
In 2018, American Airlines was the first major airline to ban plastic straws and drink stirrers.
Despite massive growth in the market for wind and solar power, the global share of fossil fuels versus renewables has stayed relatively constant, and carbon emissions hit an all-time high in 2018 and 2019. Perhaps the popular philosopher Kermit the Frog was right when he reportedly said, “It’s not easy being green.”
New, large amenity bottles reduce plastic waste while offering guests a convenient “pump” design. When fully implemented across the globe, Marriott International’s expanded toiletry program