We caught up with Fleur Copin, dancer extraordinaire at the renowned Crazy Horse Cabaret in Paris to talk about her sustainability journey, how artists play a role in raising awareness about climate and social issues and to learn more about
Cover your face sustainably with these environmentally-friendly (not to mention snazzy) reusable face masks from conscious brands we rate. A new report by Systemiq and the PEW Charitable Trusts shows plastic flows into the ocean are expected to triple by 2040.
A group of global pension funds and investment managers want to clean up their portfolios and get them to net-zero. The group spans 16 countries, with 1,200 members, and controls over $40 trillion (that's $40,000,000,000,000) in assets. How are they
We recently launched the #GITNBTalks online sessions to provide a platform enabling us to discuss pressing topics with thought leaders, industry insiders, and sustainability experts. In our first session, we took a running dive bomb into the topic of why
The 2020 Grand Final of the Redress Design Awards crowned its menswear and womenswear champions amid tough competition from global entrants. So, who are the eco-friendly designers of the future to look out for? The wait to find out is
Reusable containers have come a long way since the birth of cocktails in jam jars and plants in tin cans. They’ve become the singular way to stock your home while caring for the planet (and your health). Let’s go zero-waste
Despite the Paris Agreement banks show little sign, nor genuine commitment, of slowing their investments in fossil fuels. In fact, spending is ramping up. So which banks are the worst offenders? And what, if anything, can you do about it? The
President Donald Trump’s Climate Change Record Has Been A Boon for Oil Companies, And A Threat To The Planet
Pursuing an unrelenting fossil fuel agenda, Trump has scaled back or eliminated over 150 environment measures, expanded Arctic drilling, and denied climate science. In the middle of his 44th month in office, two weeks before the start of the Republican convention
If you've been on Instagram and Twitter at all this weekend, you might have seen something about Oatly. Specifically, people are boycotting Oatly. WTF?! (Yeah, that's us too.) Because news that Oatly sold shares to Blackstone resurfaced thanks to a
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RTnZ5yNoop8&feature=youtu.be Everything you need to know about the climate crisis: What is climate change, why is it happening, and what can we do about it?
The last six months have been a wild ride filled with unknowns and uncertainty, especially for sustainable business owners and entrepreneurs. We recently caught up with Emma Paris, owner of Balanced Living and The Living Cafe in Singapore to hear
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OsRC9LRny9c Brand video for The Greeen Company's new venture Handprint. https://www.facebook.com/Handprint.te