Ana Yong is a freelance writer and blogger who has written for Unsustainable Magazine, E: The Environmental Magazine and HubPages. Her articles focus on the Environment, Personal Development and Learning English.
This comprehensive guide into sustainable stationery brands goes into detail about sources of ethical and environmental supplies for the office and school.
With a great deal of investment, cooperation, education, and hard work, Solar Energy has come to contribute a significant amount to the electicity needs of our species.
This comprehensive guide to sustainable pet brands covers everything you need to know to keep your furbabies happy, fed, and comfortable, while doing your part to address the environmental and ethical problems faced by the industry.
Sustainable Tea is essential, being the second most widely consumed beverage in the world. This guide covers certifications as well as ethical tea brands.
Guide for an ethical dark roast: Organic, sustainable, and green harvest certifications; and a list of the best fair trade coffee brands.
Not only is it a more humane choice, it could be argued that it’s the only type of leather that can contribute to biodiversity, and to a brighter future for our fragile planet.
Throwaway Fashion, Or Fast Fashion, is more than just a callous disregard for the true value and cost of creating clothing and fashion accessories. It is also incredibly harmful to the environment.
Recycling old digital products is a practice not many people are willing to commit to, even though it is absolutely essential.
Recycled paper can save the Earth, and in developed countries it’s very easy to purchase, yet not nearly enough people are making the switch.
Disposable plastic water bottles are a seemingly insurmountable problem of waste and pollution. Here are some facts that everyone should know.
In India, more than 100,000 people lack access to clean water, and yet a single pair of jeans can consume around 8,000 litres.
A solution to global inequality, one that could likewise foster economic growth, is desperately needed. “Creative Philanthropy” could be the answer.