A little party never hurt anybody — but some parties definitely hurt the planet. As we enter one of the most indulgent, excessive and consumer-driven time of the year, we'd like show you how to do things a little better.
Meditation is a different experience for everyone. The Golden Space in Singapore is a space for people to destress and relax through non-religious meditation and breathing with the help of some crystals and chakra work along the way. To learn
Whether you're in need of some animal-friendly gifting inspiration, want to reduce your impact this holiday season, or need to find a restaurant for festive feasting, here is your guide to having a vegan Christmas. The holidays are a time when
It's almost Christmas, and with that comes a surge of indulgence, consumerism and lots and lots of waste and packaging. But it doesn't need to be that way if you approach gift-giving and the Christmas routine with a little mindfulness
The Conscious Scoop: Bleak UN Emissions Gap Report, Climate Change and Gender Justice & How Harvard and Yale are Complicit
This week, it's sobering news mixed with some exciting developments. We round up the UN Emissions Gap Report and a new analysis on how gender intersects with the climate crisis (spoiler alert: bad news). But also, Coldplay quit touring for
Studies show that buying stuff doesn’t make us happy. So why does the whole world seem to go crazy when there’s a sale? And in the run-up to Christmas, shopping habits and overconsumption reach new levels of excess. With Black
Last year Wonderfruit welcomed upwards of 20,000 people over five days. With numbers like that, it essentially becomes a pop-up city. And a festival like no other. This year, the organisers are taking their city and making it even more
This year's Responsible Business Forum 2019 zeroed in on a topic that's become much of a buzzword: circularity. But what does being circular mean? Why should we aim for circular? And how do we even get there, anyway? We round
This week, Dean Foods files for bankruptcy. New York and Los Angeles City Council Members call for a ban on meat products to protect the Amazon. And individual lifestyle changes matter, but not in a way that you might expect.
The final panel of this year’s Conscious Festival in Singapore explored the fashion industry. It gets a bad rap, and deservedly so, for being one of the dirtiest industries in the world that hides behind a mask of glitz and
If you were stranded on a desert island, what one thing could you not live without? Coconuts, duh. Coconuts have long been making a big splash in the beauty and health world, but Coconut Matter makes the biggest splash of
Day two of the Conscious Festival powered by Holland & Barrett saw the youth take to the stage in our third session PLANET: Rising seas, rising youths. We heard from the youngest speaker to ever take the stage at a