The Polar Post — Sustainability

The Beginner's Guide to Freezing Every Food

Posted by Erica Fransisca on

A common misconception is that frozen foods are unhealthy, but it isn’t the case if you know how to do it properly. Freezing is generally the most effective way to preserve most of the vitamin and nutritional contents of fruits and vegetables.

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Understanding the Issue of Food Waste

Posted by Erica Fransisca on

The world wastes roughly $1 trillion of food each year, which could have been enough to sustain 2 billion people—twice the number of malnourished people worldwide. Reading the statistics about food waste can be heartbreaking, and even more so that many people are still unaware of the issue. Just like the harrowing effects of plastic in the ocean, we should focus on reducing the amount of food waste. First, it means understanding food waste, its consequences, and what we can do to help solve the

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Should You Care about Carbon Footprint?

Posted by Reza Hanun Alyaa on

Greenhouse gas is a detrimental issue that can change the course of our future. If we don't act now, we'll have nothing left.

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Sustainable Gifts for Travelers: Eco-Friendly Travel Products

Posted by Erica Fransisca on

There are plenty of eco-friendly travel products that will make your friend happy without hurting the environment.

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8 Clever Ways to Reuse Plastic Bags

Posted by Erica Fransisca on

You can reuse plastic bags in a lot of creative ways, from making DIY crochet bags to keeping the shape of your shoes in storage.

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