Sustainable (& Safe) September 30 Day Challenge | Down to Earth Organic and Natural

Sustainable (& Safe) September 30 Day Challenge

30 Day Chart of Sustainable Challenges

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It's Sustainable September! Even though 2020 has been challenging for everyone, there is still room to improve our daily habits for the well-being of the environment and future generations. All month long we will share inspiration, facts, amazing deals, and even a few fun giveaways to encourage you to make sustainable life changes—taking into account that keeping yourself and your family healthy is crucial right now. 

Take our 30 Day Sustainable & Safe Challenge! Download a printable PDF here

  1. Trade out one type of single-use plastic
  2. Reuse glass jars for bulk goods
  3. Start using a reusable straw
  4. Bring reusable shopping bags everywhere
  5. Start a compost pile
  6. Buy vintage/thrift store clothes instead of new ones
  7. Bring reusable utensils wherever you go
  8. Share a meatless breakfast pic on Instagram
  9. Recycle!
  10. Buy an organic version of a household essential
  11. Watch an inspiring environmental documentary
  12. Share a meatless lunch pic on Instagram
  13. Plant a native tree
  14. Talk to keiki about reducing waste
  15. Analyze your trash. Is there anything you can find a more sustainable version of?
  16. Clean-up 20 pieces of rubbish around your neighborhood
  17. Try a new plant-based recipe
  18. Ride a bike or walk instead of driving
  19. Use a reusable water bottle instead of buying plastic
  20. Make sure to turn off lights and devices before going to bed
  21. Read a book about living sustainably
  22. Learn the name of one farmer that you get produce from
  23. Read an article about Food Waste
  24. Fix something instead of replacing it
  25. Use reusable produce bags
  26. Share a meatless dinner pic on Instagram
  27. Make a DIY Natural Cleaner
  28. Donate clothes or household goods instead of throwing them out
  29. Buy a local version of a household essential
  30. Trade out another type of single-use plastic