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My other environment studio:
If you didn't want to be invited, don't accept the invite!
This studio is for the SEC (Scratch's environmentalists club). It is only for discussion, not projects. We can thoroughly discuss various environmental topics in the comments.
(Challenge of the month)
Holiday season is upon us! Within the next month, try to embark on some sustainable gift-giving. Giving holiday gifts is a time-honored tradition, and a much-needed act of kindness during this strange pandemic holiday season; but it often isn't the most sustainable process. Here are my favorite tips on sustainable gift-giving.
* Shop ethically! Purchase your presents from sustainable, ethical and even zero-waste companies, and do research into what you buy.
* Give experiences. Experiences don't take any waste, and can be just as valuable as possessions. For instance, I'm learning a relative's favorite song on piano and recording it for them as part of their gift ... it's still a valuable gift, but it doesn't take any waste.
* Wrap minimally. Get creative with your wrapping ... instead of using disposable packaging, try getting your recipient a fun reusable bag and filling it with their gifts; that way the package is a gift in itself! And look up Furoshiki. It's a Japanese technique for sustainably wrapping gifts in fabric.
* Reuse! If you receive a gift in a gift bag, you can always save it and use it again.
* Advocate! If anyone asks you what you would like as a gift, you could feel free to mention that you enjoy receiving sustainable and ethical treats.
To become a member of the club, simply ask!
Once you become a member, you can discuss how to fight for the environment in the comments.
-Only appropriate comments
-Add no projects (Sounds weird, doesn't it?)
-You can add projects to my other studio, link at top
-You may invite curators
-No changing the description unless changing the COTM at the beginning of the month
-All curator rules