What is Glass? Glass is a transparent, hard, and brittle inorganic material made from silica, soda ash, and limestone. These items are melted at high temperatures to form a molten liquid. Then, after the liquid cools and solidifies, it forms a solid material that is… Read More »Glass Facts & Sustainability
A Few of My Favorite Eco Things Saving the planet from climate change is daunting, but there are ways we can help. First and foremost, you can help by spending your hard-earned coin on eco-friendly products promoting less single-use plastic and green brands that want… Read More »10 Fav Products for the Eco-Conscious
Hiiii UnMake Your Markers! I have wanted to dive deeply into plastic on the blog for a while now. Besides having a ratchet impact on the environment, plastic is a public health problem. Read that again. Why is Plastic So Harmful? Can We Use Less Plastic? We can move… Read More »Why is Plastic So Harmful to Humans & the Environment?
Of all things in nature, perhaps water is what we take most for granted. It flows so freely for our everyday needs; does it even need a second thought? Simply put, I think most of us do not fully respect water. The ease with which we consume… Read More »20 Ways To Conserve and Respect Water
Our day-to-day activities create pollution. That pollution is often greenhouse gas (GHG) or a by-product of burning carbon-based materials. Common carbon-based (CO2) materials include fossil fuels: coal, oil, and natural gas. Here are 10 human activities that emit excess greenhouse gases, a huge factor in… Read More »10 Ways Humans Contribute to Climate Change
It’s Shark Week 2022… Shark week is exciting to many of my pediatric patients. I am a speech pathologist by day and an eco-friendly blogger newbie by night. Here at UnMake Your Mark; we care about earth and earth’s creatures and protecting them. Insert sharks.… Read More »How Are Sharks Impacted by Humans?
1. Skip the Paper Towels I know what you’re thinking. I can’t do it. I’m here to tell you that you can. Set a few washable rags by your sink in the kitchen, and next time you have a small spill, grab one of those… Read More »16 Eco Tips to Save Money & the Planet