Podcaster Sanchi Singh’s podcast takes sustainability a notch higher than everyday swaps. Read on to learn how.
The Egyptian startup Bekia lets its customers make money with something most of us have more than enough of: household waste.
Shivya Nath is one of the internet’s favorite bloggers. We talk to her about all things sustainability, slow travel and veganism.
We speak to Newcastle-based Dr. Nick Hartley works as a clinical psychologist in the NHS, and also campaigns for the Green Party. He gives us helpful and easy to implement information around eco-anxiety and also discusses tips on dealing with it. Read on.
Tech for good: The Ailuna app leads you on a journey to real sustainability, making it easy and fun to develop green habits that are good for you and the planet through a series of dares.
Most cleaners come in plastic spray bottles and when they’re empty, we usually through them away. UK’s Homethings saw a problem in that and decided to get creative: their refillable cleaning products are in tablet form that you can dissolve in water at home. Julia talked to Matthew Aubrey of Homethings about bringing fun to cleaning, whether sustainability and profitability can go hand in hand for a business and their future Thing.
Co-founder Pratap Raju speaks to us about his upcoming programs, how to join the collective and the importance of entrepreneurship in solving the climate crisis.
Great Plains Conservation offers responsible tourism in Botswana, Kenya, and Zimbabwe. In their eco-camps, safari-lovers can experience the amazing African wildlife while helping sustain the existing wilderness and local communities. The award-winning organisation says that their “model takes stressed and threatened environments, surrounds them with compassionate protection and intelligent, sustainable management, and funds them with sensitive, low-volume, low-impact, tourism.”
An interview with the CEO of Karma, a Sweden-based app tackling food waste.
While it is great that more people live a sustainable life, many forget to look beyond their lifetime. What about after we die? Is it even possible to have an eco-friendly burial? Julia talked to Lee Webster, vice-president of Education of the Green Burial Council – a US-based organisation that educates people on green burials – to answer those questions.