By most accounts, 2020 has been a rough year for the planet. It was the warmest year on record, just barely exceeding the record set in 2016 by less than a tenth of a degree according to NASA’s analysis. Massive wildfires scorched Australia, Siberia, and the United States’ west coast – and many of the fires were still burning during the busiest Atlantic hurricane season on record.
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: “Eliminating animal products from my diet is too difficult because…”
-I can’t locate a substitute
-There aren’t enough options to choose from
-Dairy alternatives are too expensive
If this sounds like you or someone you know, have no fear! Below are some great options to replace dairy in common foods with ZERO sacrifice. Yup, you read that right.
Many Americans start the new year with a resolution, but few tend to stick with them. If eating healthier, or ethically, is on your radar for 2021, “Veganuary” is a great way to set a relatively simple goal with reasonable expectations.
But what is “Veganuary?” Simply put, it’s a challenge to avoid eating animals and animal byproducts for the month of January. Over one million people have participated in Veganuary since 2014 in more than 192 countries around the world.
Sustainable, animal-free drinks remove the guilt from every sip. And you can save Santa the extra cholesterol by offering up some oat milk instead of dairy! Here are some drinks you can buy today to complete your toast to the holiday season!
You don’t need to avoid your favorite family recipes that include animal-based ingredients when trying to eat sustainably and ethically. Many baked goods can be produced with easy, convenient substitutes.
Eating ethically and sustainably doesn’t mean sacrificing your favorite meal of the year. Check out these roasts to make your dinner table complete for the holidays.
A “sustainable” community adopts a formal strategy to safeguard its natural resources, its natural and built environments, and the quality of life for its residents – for now and the future.
The Town of Fairfield has a long history of support for sustainability initiatives. But as our Town grows and develops, it faces growing environmental challenges, compounded by the increasing pressure of climate change. Striving for sustainability has never been more critical and will require embedding the practice of sustainability into Town operations and the everyday life of its citizens.
Dan Blumenfeld and his daughter Gracelynn can be seen tooling around their Stratfield neighborhood on electrified wheels that make a trip around the block just a little more exciting.
The EV Club of CT and Sustainable Fairfield held a parade to the delight of spectators and EV enthusiasts as part of National Drive Electric Week and Green Wheels Expo.
Mike Atkins is the ‘EV sales specialist for Maritime Chevrolet in Fairfield. As such, he’s become thoroughly familiar with the innovative automotive technology behind the Chevy Bolt.