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How Have Your Sustainable Habits Changed Since Covid-19?

What have you learned about your own habits through the pandemic? How have your buying and food habits shifted? What’s changed, and how can we all commit to continuing the positive changes we’ve made even after the economy reopens? 

Good News: The ADA Turns 30

This month, on the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, we’re highlighting impactful wins—large and small.

Package-Free Tare Grocery Launches Closed-Loop Partnership With YTTP

The Tare team shares about their closed-loop partnership with Youth To The People, their mission to make sustainability accessible to everyone by accepting EBT, and their thoughts on why bulk and package-free purchasing is so sustainable for the environment.

Good Dirt = Good Health + a Stable Climate

As a society obsessed with cleanliness, many of us have been taught that bacteria is bad, that it is the cause of disease and unwellness, but modern research has shown that good bacteria is essential for maintaining human health!

Green Cell Foam vs. Styrofoam: What You Need to Know

Unlike styrofoam, which is made from a petroleum-based plastic, green cell foam's primary raw material—U.S.-grown cornstarch—is a renewable resource that won’t clog up landfills and create more toxic waste.

42 Black-Owned Businesses to Support This Blackout Day

Team YTTP stands in solidarity with the Black communities who are withholding their buying power this Blackout Day and in Blackout Days to come. From beauty to fashion to wellness, use this list to shop our team's favorite Black-owned brands. 

Intersectional Environmentalism Is Our Urgent Way Forward

One day it dawned on me that if my feminism can be intersectional, so can my environmentalism. So I decided to define the term Intersectional Environmentalism as this: an inclusive version of environmentalism that advocates for both the protection of people and the planet.

A Gay Dad of Three Reflects on Fatherhood During Pride Month

This Pride Month, this Father’s Day, Youth To The People spoke with Jason Knight, who is gay, is white, and is married to a Black man named Liron. Together, they have three adopted children. In some senses, it's wholly traditional: two parents and a few kids. But it took some time and work to get there.