The most wonderful time of the year is arriving. But how about living a more sustainable Christmas? Even though this is a special season of happiness and love, we tend to exceed our consumption. However, everyone can use creativity and skills to find great alternatives and reduce the damage in the wallets and, mostly, on
There are many organizations changing the world for the better with really great solutions in different areas but every organization should strive for it. For this reason, and in a month that gathered all the countries in the Climate Conference, we concluded that the challenge to keep global warming below 1.5 degrees is getting harder.
Food is crucial for our lives. And we should show respect to the food we grow, mind how we consume, and think about how to prevent food waste to fight the climate crisis, especially as we are close to World Food Day. According to the World Economic Forum, around 931 million tonnes of food go
Food waste is a serious matter, according to UNEP’s latest research “estimates suggest that 8-10% of global greenhouse gas emissions are associated with food that is not consumed“. That’s why Saasha Celestial-One together with Tessa Clarke decided to create OLIO. It’s a free app connecting individuals within a community to share food and other household
Kenny Louring is the Marketing Manager at ReSea Project. He looks after all the marketing, communication, and commercial activities at ReaSea, an organization at the forefront of fighting plastic pollution. Their cleanup solution is community-driven. Meaning that they employ people in local communities to recover plastic waste polluting oceans and rivers. Their impact is solely
Have you heard about the Plastic Free July Movement? This movement is doing an incredible job by raising awareness about the urgent need to reduce plastic waste and help people be part of the solution over July. Even if we are at the end of the month, we must keep doing our part to reduce
Ready to enjoy a sustainable tourism moment? With the end of confinements and the relief of rules in many countries, it’s about time for the deserved holidays to rest and recharge your energy. But how about planning a more sustainable trip? How about exploring the world while giving back to the local communities where you
One year and three months ago, no one had a notion about what would be the pandemic’s impact on the way we work. In between curfews and lockdowns, people lost their jobs or changed careers to become freelancers. Companies moved their workforce to work remotely or started to hire independent professionals. Remote work and freelancing presented