Keep your earth day spirit alive all yearlong
As the Backstreet Boys once famously (or never) said; No matter who you are, where you’re from, what you do, impact is around you.
Stay out of our Soil. Team Lulu takes a trip to the North Carolina Museum of Art to wage war against invasive plant species.
Sometimes the least assuming costumes are the most frightening. Their innocuous exteriors hide a more sinister truth. Discover how to unmask greenwashing.
Find out how you can join the movement of people and businesses building a better economy that works for everyone.
Being a B Corp means implementing employee- and environmentally-friendly practices in the everyday workings of a business, such as fair pay, recycling and composting, and allocating paid time off for volunteer activities. It also comes with the privilege of joining a larger network of businesses committed to ensuring that profit is not made at the... Continue Reading →
Bees are critical to our environment. Learn more about how to help them prosper during Pollinator Week.
This year, grill like a pro and take care of the natural world - use these tips to be conscious of how you grill and have fun!
Lulu re-certified as a B Corp and improved our impact assessment! We're all very excited to share this wonderful news with our community!
B Corp's Impact Assessment is a tool for companies to measure their environmental and social impact, and make changes accordingly.
Team Lulu volunteered for a shift at ours, the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina. Let us show you how you can make a difference in your community!
You may not think of books and compost as the most obvious friends, but when it comes to Lulu and CompostNow, we have a lot more in common than you’d first guess. Our organizations are passionate about sustainability, building community, and always looking for reasons to play in the dirt!
Join Team Lulu on a tour of the Sonoco Reclamation Center to celebrate Earth Month and expand our knowledge of the waste stream! The Sonoco Reclamation Center in Raleigh, NC processes around 350 tons per day in two 10-hour shifts, with 4 hours for cleaning.