How The Return To ‘Normal’ Is A Chance To Add Sustainable Living To Daily Routine

Experts share tips on how to easily add green practices to your day-to-day life.

Wild Mile Chicago will be a floating eco-park located on the North Branch Canal of the Chicago River.
Wild Mile Chicago will be a floating eco-park located on the North Branch Canal of the Chicago River. Shedd Aquarium
Wild Mile Chicago will be a floating eco-park located on the North Branch Canal of the Chicago River.
Wild Mile Chicago will be a floating eco-park located on the North Branch Canal of the Chicago River. Shedd Aquarium

How The Return To ‘Normal’ Is A Chance To Add Sustainable Living To Daily Routine

Experts share tips on how to easily add green practices to your day-to-day life.

When tornados, severe storms and drought conditions hit our area, climate change often plays a role. But for the average person, it can all seem like too much for one person. But can individual action make a difference?

Reset checks in with a pair of sustainability experts for how sustainable living can make a big-scale change, impact your local environment, and even save you money.

GUESTS: Karen Weigert, vice president at Slipstream, a clean energy innovation non-profit; former chief sustainability officer, City of Chicago

Katie Wickman, Sustainability Manager at Advocate Aurora Health