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It’s Not Easy But Not Yet Too Late to Avoid Severe Climate Change

No one ever said avoiding catastrophic climate change would be easy. Perhaps that’s why we keep sleep walking toward disaster.
June 9, 2021

Almost Zero Effort to Zero Waste Your Kitchen

Don’t be intimidated: Giving your kitchen a zero waste makeover takes almost zero effort; it’s as easy as pressing a button.
June 1, 2021

Inspired by Nature: 6 Ways to Make Your Interior More Natural and Organic

There’s no doubt that nature helps to relax and unwind. Here are some simple yet efficient ways to make your interiors feel more organic.
May 22, 2021

How Sustainable Is Your Drinking Water?

Water is a vital necessity. In America, many people can turn on their faucets to access this resource at any time. However, we often fail to acknowledge that it’s a finite element.
May 13, 2021

An Interview with Silvia Häberlein of beach cleaner

Silvia Häberlein, of the Nuremberg-based “beach cleaner”, discusses her love for sustainability and her fears for the future.
May 3, 2021

Female Garment Workers Disproportionately Impacted by the COVID-19 Pandemic

The garment industry, like many industries across the globe, has taken a massive hit during the pandemic, disproportionately affecting women.
April 25, 2021

The H-Factor: A Personal Essay

A personal essay on the difficulty of trying to live in an environmentally progressive way, accepting imperfection, without losing all hope.
April 20, 2021

Does Your Easter Chocolate Contain Modern Day Slavery?

Easter, where all is not so sweet, for this quasi-healthy treat may in fact come at the cost of much untold suffering.
March 26, 2021

Malawi: Traditional Basketry Offering an Ethical and Cheap Alternative to Plastics

In Malawi, where a recent ban on single-use plastics has forced people to think outside the box, there is a growing resurgence of an almost-forgotten technique.
March 22, 2021