Perspectives on sustainability in Singapore vary far and wide depending on which field you come from. During one of The Hive's major events - Sustainability Matters, we had the opportunity to hear from local voices in media, activism, health, ethical
The Conscious Scoop: A Viral Greenland Photo, Pope Francis vs. Big Oil and New Vocabulary for the Climate Crisis
A sled dog photo has gone viral, but what does it mean? The Guardian is changing the way it talks about "climate change", so how are we meant to refer to it now? And Pope Francis declares a climate emergency,
A scenario analysis of how human civilization might collapse by 2050 as a result of climate change was recently published in Australia by a think-tank called the Breakthrough National Centre for Climate Restoration and went viral on social media. It’s
You can be in your 30s and still not have life figured out. There’s no shame in it. Many of us will still be stumbling through life and making new mistakes when we’re in our 50s, 60s or even older.
This is the story of a fashion lover who discovered the harmful, hard-to-ignore faults in the industry and set out to take part in the change to better our planet and people. How did she move from fast to slow
Our ongoing and comprehensive guide to the best in sexy and sustainable swimwear to make your next beach vacation a little more ethical. All brands found here are either available in Asia or ship here. We’re so lucky in Asia. Idyllic
This week's Conscious Scoop has some weird and unusual elements like CBD and microalgae. Have you ever wondered how much single-use plastics end up in your body? Read more to find out about that and more on this week's Scoop. 1.
Singapore goes through 2.2 million straws a day, which is enough to cover its coastline twice over. Fortunately, WWF together with Zero Waste SG and some of the biggest names in Singapore's F&B industry, as well as indie haunts, are
A reflection on why clothes swapping is the next best alternative to not buying at all, as well as how and where to swap your clothes in Singapore. ‘Hand-me-downs’ is a term familiar to most Singaporeans. We’ve all received clothes that