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A Complete Guide To Sustainable Shaving

Sustainable shaving not only reduces waste and helps support small businesses, but it also saves you money and let’s face it, it just feels more luxurious!
October 3, 2021

Vegan Shoes: The Complete Guide to the Ethical Footwear Dilemma

In this modern age of ruthless consumerism, someone or something is always invariably exploited; our wardrobe being no exception.
September 27, 2021

The Guide to Sustainable Sheets: Bedding to Help You Get a Good Night’s Sleep

This guide to sustainable sheets explores ethical and environmentally considerate bedding brands, and considers what is neccessary for a guilt-free sleep.
September 18, 2021

How Slavery Was Never Truly Abolished – Present Day Facts

When most people think of slavery, images of historic racist abuse come to mind. However, those in power have found ways to abuse loopholes in legislation.
September 2, 2021

Solar Energy Facts: A Clean and Sustainable Energy Source

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.
August 28, 2021

Why and How to Hold Corporations More Accountable for the Fight Against Global Warming

A guide to holding corporations more accountable as mounting concerns about climate change and global warming reach their highest levels yet.
August 26, 2021

3 Ridiculously Easy Ways Every Gen Z Can Do to Fight Climate Change Now!

The world is officially heating up. Climate change doesn’t get more in face than wild fires ravaging Europe, heatwave baking the USA& Canada, droughts in California. What’s next? The Arctic melting? Oh wait, that’s happening too.
August 26, 2021

Plastic-Free Home: 11 Household Items to Swap for More Sustainable Alternatives

Tips for a Plastic-Free Home: If you’re looking for a great place to start, swap out these 11 household items for a more sustainable alternative.
August 25, 2021

10 Ways to Reduce Everyday Pollution

These 10 Simple Ways Allow us to Consider our Potential Avenues of Everyday Pollution, and are Well Worthy of Contemplation if we’re Trying to Make a Positive Change
August 15, 2021

We Could Massively Slash Carbon Emissions By Improving Just 5% of Our Powerplants

If every country aimed to improve the efficiency of its 5%-10% most carbon-emitting powerplants, we’d be more likely to actually hit the 30-50% reductions target.
July 25, 2021

Gender Equality in the Hairdressing Industry

This study of equality in the hairdressing industry highlights some of the key challenges, and hopes for the future.
July 24, 2021

Who faces the highest risk of deadly heat?

It is consistently people of colour that bear the burden of risk. And that means that preventing runaway climate change will also avert an epic racial injustice.
July 14, 2021

Teaching the Next Generation About Environmental Justice

As more and more people realize that marginalized groups bear the brunt of climate change issues, environmental justice is picking up traction at long last.
July 14, 2021

Accessibility in Architecture: A New Modular Man

The Modular Man has been widely used in architectural design, to the unintended discrimination of a majority of the world’s population. It’s time for a change.
July 10, 2021

The European Green Belt: Walking The Iron Curtain Trail

The Iron Curtain Trail, within the European Green Belt, stands as a symbol of progress and equality, unifying communities that still feel the scars of long separation.
July 7, 2021

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

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

Reflections on Covid: The Experience of a Vaccination Clinic Volunteer

A vaccination clinic volunteer shares the experience of living and working in a state where public sentiment frequently opposes government interference.
March 15, 2021

Diana Ganem

She’s the founder of “Nightswim”, a sustainable leisurewear brand based in Los Angeles and Costa Rica that is dedicated to the rights of consumers, workers, and the environment.
January 22, 2021

The Malawi Water Crisis: Initiatives Aim at Universal Access

To address the Malawi water crisis, a collaboration between the government and key NGOs is attempting to curb the disastrous lack of access to this resource that is affecting broad swathes of the country.
January 22, 2021

Tackling a Locust Plague in the 21st Century: A Sustainability Issue

In East Africa, experts are warning of new threat to food security, that of an unprecedented locust outbreak that began at the end of 2019.
November 20, 2020

When Women Take the Lead to Fight Deforestation

Chitetezo Mbaula: The innovative cooking stove that is sweeping across rural Malawi, and encouraging environmental conservation in its wake.
November 2, 2020

Covid-19 Disrupts the Livelihoods of Malawi’s Farming Families

Covid-19 restrictions in Malawi have inadvertently had an adverse affect on the demand for onions, and thus have had a devastation effect on the livelihoods of the country’s onion farmers.
September 16, 2020

Warning: Oceans are Turning into Landfills

The situation in our oceans is worse then ever. It’s time to review the facts, and discuss what we as individuals can do to help.
August 11, 2020

Sustainable Fabric: A Complete Guide to Environmentally Friendly Fashion

Sustainable Fabric: Not all fabrics are created equal, especially as regards the costs of production and disposal to the environment and to human health.
August 9, 2020

Black Lives Matter, Environmental Racism and Climate Injustice: What They Have in Common and What You Can Do to Help

Dismantling the white supremacist foundation underpinning all three of these movements will take everyone working together. Get involved undoing the harms ravaging your local community using these 3 tips.
July 24, 2020

Sustainability Education: How Schools Can Safeguard the Future

Sustainability Education, the exploration of sustainability issues as an essential component of school curricula, is well overdue for global recognition.
July 22, 2020

Urban Composting Is An Idea Whose Time Has Come

Urban Composting: Food waste is a global issue, but one which several cities are taking steps to address, in a movement that is now beginning to spread.
July 20, 2020

Pineapple, Banana & Coconut: Sustainable Fabrics – Out of the Kitchen and Into the Closet

Banana, pineapple, and coconut might make you think of a fruit salad; yet all three plants are now being used to make durable and sustainable fabrics.
June 17, 2020

Staying Safe without Plastic in the Covid-19 Crisis: 5 Ways to Go Plastic-Free

Single-use plastic is undergoing a resurgence during the Covid-19 pandemic. Not surprisingly, it’s already adding significantly to ocean plastic pollution. Here are 5 ways to protect yourself from Covid-19 while staying plastic-free.
June 11, 2020

From the Editor, May 2020

Covid-19 and Tourism: The past three months have seen a lot changes, some terrible, others more optimistic. One thing is certain: things should not go back to the way they were.
May 31, 2020

How the Outbreak of COVID-19 Affected the City I Live In

Countries the world over are responding to the current pandemic in different ways, with many instituting lockdowns of varying severities and lengths. Ana writes from Novi Sad, illuminating us of the effect upon everday life in Serbia.
May 15, 2020
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