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Sustainable Living E2 | Waste: Zero Waste, The 5 R’s, Composting

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Sustainable Living E2 | Waste: Zero Waste, The 5 R’s, Composting. Follow Rob Greenfield’s bike ride across America practicing sustainable living to the extreme. In this 5 episode series you’ll learn how your daily actions with food, waste, water, transportation, and energy affect the earth, other species, and yourself. And you’ll learn how you can be a part of the solution and live sustainably.
Episode 2 is waste and documents Rob’s efforts to cross the country eating creating almost zero waste. The average american creates 4.5 pounds of trash per day and he created just 2 pounds the entire summer. That’s 200 times less trash than the average American. Along with inspiration you’ll learn what you need to know to live a near zero waste life including the 5 R’s, composting, and many other tips to go zero waste. Plus you’ll learn about the impact of stuff being created, the process what happens to trash once it’s in your trash can or recycle bin, and litter in the environment.

To learn more about what you can do to live sustainably visit: https://www.RobGreenfield.tv/sustainableliving
Watch episode 1 on food here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bIhbsEapoSo

Rob Greenfield is an adventurer, activist, and humanitarian for a sustainable and just world. He donates 100% of his media income to grassroots nonprofits. His YouTube channel is a source for all things sustainable living, off the grid, simple living, zero waste, tiny house, grow your own food, cycling, and green.

Find Rob Greenfield on:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RobGreenfield
Twitter: https://twitter.com/RobJGreenfield @RobJGreenfield
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/RobJGreenfield @RobJGreenfield


Truth Momma says:

Hi Rob, I've been loving all your videos. I have a health & mindfulness website/blog where I post videos/articles of all different types of people that answer questions that I believe are conscious questions that many other like-minded people will be interested in. I call it mindfulness debate and it is open to both sides of the debate. I have featured your video on my site if that is alright with you. I will take it down if you do not want tp be on it. My site is still very new but I believe that if people begin to watch the videos, it could gain you more followers and therefore help heal the planet.

My website is TruthMomma.com
Please let me know if you would like to be featured on my site.

Ar Nr says:

great job.

2lazy2name says:

What is the worst kind of garbage?

Daniela Restrepo says:

Great! Loved this video ?

Ximena Del Río says:

Such a good video !!!!!!

Cindy Jones says:

great job!! …but, honestly, if everyone just changed their last name to jones–problem solved. ?

Jenna L says:

you are such a beautiful, inspiring person

Native Owl says:

how do i go zero waste if im an artist?

Brianna Duncan says:

what are your views on toilet paper?

ameliorated says:

It's really terrible how much waste there is, especially plastic waste

Colleen Applin says:

I totally agree with Sarah Jane. this is an excellent series for students. I hope this gets into classrooms. great videos!!!

Safaa Atassi says:

Wow! Mind blowing and eye opener

deltatoofow says:

best simple description on the subject should be used in all schools

nene0003 says:

The next video on my feed after this one was a blonde rich girl promoting high end fashion. I unsubbed from her channel FAST! Time to check my priorities. Thank you Rob for doing incredibly important work. Thank you.

Rob Greenfield says:

Want some inspiration to sell your car and go pedal powered?
Episode 4 is out to inspire you!

Richard Weaver says:

Excellent series!

C Adams says:

Watch it again! Great work! I've got a quote I say be for I buy something "how does it add value to my life ?" Thank you again ✌?️

WannaBFree says:

Great video and super tips to live by.



Sarah Jane says:

Loving these new series this one will be fantastic learning for my children

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