Tag: plastic

What Can You Use Instead Of Plastic?

What Can You Use Instead Of Plastic?

Mighty Nest is one of my favorite places to go for resuables and sustainable products. I discovered this family owned business years ago googling for glass containers and fell in love. They are full … Read More

5 Gyre Experiences: Updates from the Sea

5 Gyre Experiences: Updates from the Sea

I recently left for a Plastic Pollution Expedition with the non-profit 5 Gyres.   It’s a journey of a lifetime through the Atlantic from Bermuda to Iceland researching plastic pollution along the way. … Read More

Let’s Talk Plastic at Sustanatopia

Let’s Talk Plastic at Sustanatopia

Green With Tiffany's Tiffany Paige speaks to Lisa Kaas Boyle, an Environmental Attorney and a Co-Founder of the Plastic Pollution Coalition. Dianna Cohen is the Co-Founder and CEO of Plastic Pollution ... Read More
Ban The Bead

Ban The Bead

I first learned about microbeads almost 2 years ago. I knew that plastic, no matter how big, breaks down into smaller bits called microplastics. That’s bad enough, but how about plastic bits that are … Read More

Chanelle Sladics of Simply Straws, The Reusable Glass Drinking Straw

Chanelle Sladics of Simply Straws, The Reusable Glass Drinking Straw

Tiffany Paige revisits Simply Straws at the Green Festival. It’s been 2 years since their launch. “I was Simply Straws very first interview.” What a fun one it was with Chanelle Sladics, Co-Founder … Read More

Microplastics Take Over Our Seas

Microplastics Take Over Our Seas

Microplastic was found in abundance off the coast of Bermuda in the North Atlantic gyre of the Sargasso Sea. What can we do to help change the large quantities of plastic that is ending up in our oceans? ... Read More
Plastic Pollution Found In The North Atlantic Gyre

Plastic Pollution Found In The North Atlantic Gyre

Here are some of the plastic bits or micro plastics we found in the North Atlantic sub-tropical gyre that have to be separated and documented. We found nurdles, which I just learned about. They are the … Read More

Microplastics found in sargassum in the North Atlantic Gyre

Microplastics found in sargassum in the North Atlantic Gyre

I went in a plastic pollution research sailing expedition from Bermuda to Iceland with the 5 Gyres Institute. I am going to share bits of my trip in these snippets as well as an upcoming video. We covered … Read More

Food, Warmth & Shelter in the Arctic

Food, Warmth & Shelter in the Arctic

Food, Warmth & Shelter.  These are the simple necessities that are not only a part of life, but super mandatory with boat life in the Arctic.  The North Atlantic sub-polar gyre to be specific. One ... Read More
Plastic Pollution Expedition with 5 Gyres

Plastic Pollution Expedition with 5 Gyres

I am so blessed and thrilled to have been accepted to join a plastic pollution expedition with the non-profit www.5Gyres.org .   It is the journey of a lifetime through the Atlantic from Bermuda … Read More

IndieGoGo Campaign 5 Gyres North Atlantic Viking Expedition

IndieGoGo Campaign 5 Gyres North Atlantic Viking Expedition

Please help me go on a plastic pollution expedition with the verified non-profit 5 Gyres Institute. We will cover 2500 miles from Bermuda to Iceland sailing through the North Atlantic gyre. The research … Read More

Simply Straws – The reusable glass drinking straw, interview with Chanelle Sladics

Simply Straws – The reusable glass drinking straw, interview with Chanelle Sladics

Tiffany Paige of www.GreenWithTiffany.com interviews Chanelle Sladics on their launch of www.simplystraws.com at the Green Festival. Simply Straws is a reusable glass drinking straw, an alternative ... Read More
Why Use Reusable Water Bottles

Why Use Reusable Water Bottles

In the time since I did my video on reusable water bottles, new, safe and innovative products have been coming out all the time. Some things that don’t change are the reasons not to use single use PET … Read More

Have You Seen What They Are Doing with Plastic at Airports?

Have You Seen What They Are Doing with Plastic at Airports?

So I’ve just arrived at Miami International. I’m walking through the terminal and out of the corner of my eye is something spinning round and round. If I were to guess I would say it’s one of those … Read More

Green Halloween Tips

Green Halloween Tips

This week Tiffany Paige gives some tips on how to have a green Halloween, including what to give to the kids, costumes and bags. ... Read More