Sustainability

Sustainable Life In Action – “Living sustainably is a journey”

Our latest blog guest describes herself as a farmer’s daughter, an activist, an educator, a mentor, an organizer, a person who cares about this place that we inhabit, a member of a community– of many communities actually. A resident of a small midwestern town in Minnesota, Amy Mondloch believes that people can create positive change. And she’s doing it via her …

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Meet Blue Ollis, the blogger and YouTuber promoting intentional living

Meet Blue Ollis. A keen advocate of living sustainably and cruelty-free, Blue is a UK based blogger and YouTuber sharing her journey through veganism, sustainability, zero-waste, minimalism and holistic wellness. My journey and interest in opting for this lifestyle It hasn’t felt like a conscious effort as living sustainably seems to be the obvious choice when the other option is to live in a way that harms our …

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Companies for good - Plant a tree, protect the planet

Companies For Good: We help businesses do well by doing good

The city of Dubai has been making rapid strides in the field of Sustainability. Be it, including Sustainability as one of the themes of the Expo 2020 or having designed a residential landscape, The Sustainable City, embracing the social, cultural and environmental pillars of Sustainability. The vision of the leadership, reflected in the Dubai Plan 2021 holds Sustainability as the core. …

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The Perennial, San Francisco: A restaurant fighting climate change

Started in January 2016, restaurant and bar, The Perennial in San Francisco, USA was setup with a mission to chart a more sustainable path for the restaurant industry. Over the last two years, it has continued on this path, underlining the message that the key to addressing – or even reversing – climate change lies in food system reform. As Co-founder, Karen Leibowitz shares, …

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Can a sporting mega-event be Sustainable? A closer look at the FIFA World Cup

With the PyeongChang Winter Olympics just over, what is the next big event for sports fans to look forward to? For many the answer is clear. It’s the FIFA World Cup which will take place in Russia from June 14 to July 15 this year. Being the biggest single-sport competition in the world, it requires careful planning and allocation of massive …

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