Welcome to the first edition of our new news newsletter!
Our Friday newsletters were starting to get a bit too long, which meant we were wrestling every week with what content to keep and what to cut, while still providing you with the most value.
So, we decided to split this baby in two.
Every Monday, you can start the week informed and ready to kick ass with the latest science news, Action Steps, and other actionable content (Healthy & climate-friendly recipes, science explainers, sustainable product recommendations, oh my!)
On Fridays, you can expect an essay from Quinn as usual for you to chew on over the weekend.
Billions in funding for solar
Universal school meals and sex education
The tax man is coming for crypto
The best induction stoves
Forever chemicals, explained
This is science for people who give a shit.
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What’s the best (induction!) stovetop you can buy?
Great question! Interested in cooking on a stovetop that doesn’t have the risk of a) exploding, b) giving your children asthma or c) making your kitchen hotter than Hell?
Of course, you are! These are all great questions!
Getting an induction stove is one of the easiest ways you can reduce your fossil fuel consumption at home, whether you rent or own. (Oh, and the government will help you pay for it 🤝)
That’s right, you really CAN have it all!
Read up on everything you need to know about buying one and get our recommendations by smashing the button below.
By now I’m sure you know that forever chemicals (PFAS) are not great, to say the least.
But, if you want to get a 101 on exactly WHY you don’t want them in your popcorn (or anywhere else, really), read up on our forever chemicals explainer to get some more context, and of course, some specific action steps.
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