The holidays are about spending time with friends and family, giving thanks, and wrapping up the year. Unfortunately, many common holiday traditions have the potential to increase the amount of pollution we release into the environment.
To reduce your impact this holiday season, implement all or a few of the following suggestions.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, the Kentucky Government Recycling Section (KGRS) was selling an average of 2.3 million pounds per year of paper and cardboard.
Now, that number hovers around 1.5 million.
Read more about recycling post-pandemic in this latest addition to LAW.
As the current white oak population ages over the next 50 years, there’s not a sustainable source of new seedlings to supply the unprecedented demand from bourbon production and other timber-related industries. As a result, scientists are working to replicate select white oaks with “superior genetics.”