Since COVID-19 emerged, most of us have been thinking more about our health. While there are endless recommendations on how to boost our wellbeing, there’s one simple thing we can do to maintain good health year-round (drumroll
The UK government has spent nearly £4 billion pounds of UK public funding on fossil fuel infrastructure in the global south since the Paris Agreement was signed. Recent years have seen government figures talking a good game on the UK’s record
If you've ever stood at the blue bin scratching your head over what can or can't be recycled (and then spend hours wondering what happens once all the trash is picked up), we hear you. Here’s our big green guide
This week: three big wins for the climate movement! Facebook and the oil industry have something in common. Fossil fuel companies shamelessly grab aid. And there's no quick fix for climate change? Catch up on this week's top environmental stories
We’ve been running Conscious Festivals in Asia for the last six years. But 2020 was the first year we took things virtual. While that pivot threw up a raft of new challenges to overcome, it also presented us with the
The world of sustainable fashion has been growing at a heartening rate over the last few years, from bigger brands that focus solely on basics to smaller businesses that handcraft all of their wares. In fact, there are now so
The stigma surrounding mental health issues still exists despite wider research, broader media coverage, and brave individuals speaking out to share their experiences. It's a common problem the world over with no magic pill to pop that can fix it.
Washington, D.C. is suing the four largest investor-owned oil and gas companies — BP, Chevron, ExxonMobil, and Shell — for allegedly misleading consumers about climate change, including historically undermining climate science and even now using deceptive advertising about the companies’ role in leading solutions to the
This week: Arctic record confirmed, along with a 12,000-year global temperature record. Climate disasters around the world, and a new swine flu with "pandemic potential" found? Read on for the top environmental stories of the week. (Want to get top environmental
Millions of people around the world will be pledging to do their part for our planet this month by signing up for "Plastic Free July". But in fast-paced, hyper-urbanised cities like Singapore and Hong Kong, is living plastic-free actually possible?