Julie Kearns, founder of social enterprise Junket: Tossed & Found, shares useful tips on conscious consumption and ways to reduce our carbon footprint in the world.
Julie shares how Junket got started, and the recent transition from vintage shop into an online platform modeling eco-friendly, carbon-informed practices. As an advocate for environmentally ethical commerce and conscious consumption, Julie Kearns explains why buying secondhand is not only thriftier but better for the planet.
We talk about narcissism as it relates to our stuff, what we don’t see when it comes to donating items, and how small things like paper clips really do add up. Julie shares tips on creative problem-solving and being a more responsible consumer on the front-end and back-end. This enlightening conversation will inspire you to explore sustainability and become a better steward of the environment and the things in your life.
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