Justin: When companies, governments, and organizations implement field projects — such as building solar panels on the roofs of schools, installing irrigation canals, or building local retail stores — they often struggle to get good information about what is happening on all their sites. A lack of information not only makes management difficult, but it prevents managers and teams from catching and fixing issues. This can lead to poor quality infrastructure, cost over-runs, and serious safety concerns.
Zuleyka: Zero Grocery is on a mission to remove plastic from the food system. Most global plastic waste comes from food consumption, so we are changing the way we consume food. We are the first plastic-free online grocery store in the US. This means that your groceries and everyday goods — everything from fresh produce and prepared foods to pantry staples to home and personal care goods — are delivered to you without any trash.
Maddie: At The Butterfly Club, we're focused on reducing endless and meaningless consumption. We believe that shopping can be a powerful vehicle for voting with our dollars. We work to empower consumers to shop more sustainably by supporting small brands and businesses that are creating beautiful, one-of-a-kind products, designed with people and the planet in mind. If we all shop slow, we have the opportunity to turn consumerism into a force for good.
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