After decades of overuse, extraction, and the belief that the ocean is too big to fail, today we are facing a Dried Ocean. Doug Woodring, Founder & Managing Director of Ocean Recovery Alliance, unpacks what this means for us, our
Government, industry, individuals. The three players in the fight to save the planet and ourselves. But what role do governments really play, how can we influence and play our role within the current structures and how do we actually ensure
How do we address the system and not just the symptom? How can we actually affect behavioural change? Why are collaborations so hard and yet important accelerate innovation? Big questions that we are deep diving into with Dune Ives, CEO
A Common Thread Through the US Capitol Attack and the Vegan Movement is White Supremacy. Here’s why.
What does the US Capitol attack have in common with the recent controversies within the vegan movement? White supremacy. We've talked about how environmentalism and white supremacy are deeply connected before, but these events warrant a revisiting of the relationship
It's getting easier and more exciting to be vegan in Singapore. Green Monday, the award-winning social venture, has launched Singapore's first Green Common - a one-stop destination for plant-based retail and sustainable dining. From localised dishes to plant-based snacks and
Is there really such a thing as the plastic mafia? How can waste truly be a resource? What is the difference between sustainability and regeneration? Big questions that we are deep diving into with Jayden Klinac. We talk about taking
It's a great time to love vegan food in Singapore, as artisanal brands are cropping up left, right and centre. With an influx of creative souls pushing the boundaries of flavourful plant-based food; homegrown vegan delicacies are now a thing.
There have been reports predicting with scary accuracy the amount of CO2 emissions we would have in the atmosphere since the 80s, why were they buried for so long? Why is there so much propaganda around renewable energy, supply chains
If you're anything like me, the new year passed with ambivalence. As in, wanting to be optimistic about another year of fresh opportunities for change, but knowing that (a) time is just a construct and the "new year" is really
2020 was a tough year, but one of the many things we learnt is that moving our bodies has never felt so good - even if we had to improvise a little (yoga in the kitchen, anyone?). It's fair to
As COVID-19 continues to dominate the news cycle and permeate every part of our lives, governments everywhere have come to realise the importance of alternative protein through issues such as food security and climate change. Here are just some recent