Sustainability in Czech Republic: Chlohemian on Earth911!

I recently wrote an article about sustainability in my three adopted countries, Czech Republic, Israel, and Denmark. It has just been published on, a U.S.-based online community organized around sustainability news and recycling tips.

Here’s a short excerpt:


Having lived in the Czech Republic, Israel, and Denmark, let me share some strategies my adopted countries use to reduce food waste.

Czech Republic
Home-grown produce from backyard vegetable gardens supplements family meals in the Czech Republic. Residents may have fruit trees, greenhouses, and chicken coops in their yards. Many rent municipal plots to use as their unofficial garden. And home composting is common.

Continue reading on, and let me know your thoughts if you so fancy! 🙂

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