An outraged mom attempted to shock the internet earlier this week by revealing how much sugar is in a single Cadbury's Creme Egg. Twitter's hilarious responses were not quite what she was expecting. While you might not be surprised that
Work occupies much of our waking lives. Since we are most likely going to be at the grind until we officially call it a day, why not do something that we already love and embrace this enjoyment for the rest
March 21st is the International Day of Forests. We know that forests are crucial—they're home to over 80% of land animals and plants, and cover 31% of the world's total land area. About 1.6 billion people around the world depend
Considering we never leave home without ‘em, shoes are one of the most important items in our wardrobe. We require them to work hard, live long, and feel good – on our tootsies and for our planet, which is no
The recent UK Police bill has been called “draconian” by activists, politicians and campaigners alike and described as a threat to fundamental rights to peaceful protest and an assault on democracy. So, what is going on? Before we get into the
Quarantine: some people's worst nightmare, being stuck in a hotel room for 14 days and nights, while others see it as a gift, and are using it to thrive. We caught up with Sophie Sôfrēē, to hear about how she
64 brilliantly enlightening and at times terrifying (yet hopeful!) environmental films, documentaries, books, podcasts, TED talks, IG accounts, and other resources that will educate and broaden your understanding of the climate crisis. Wherever you are on your sustainability journey, we hope
Former Australian finance minister Mathias Cormann is the new OECD chief. Here’s why we should be worried.
The OECD's new chief is a centre-right politician who some even call a climate denier. We can't reverse the decision now, but it's worth looking at what he stands for. (And what he doesn't stand against.) And it's not looking
Have you ever thought about what happens to your stationery when you're finished with it? We're guessing you probably didn't know that about 14 billion pencils are used globally every year? Or that one tree can yield around 170,000 pencils,
International Women’s Day isn’t about #feminist t-shirts and Girlboss feminism. Here’s how to celebrate it instead.
Let's face it, all week you've seen brands, influencers, politicians post about and celebrate women on social media. In fact, you might sick of the #InternationalWomensDay hashtag by now, considering it's the same content every single year. Bonus points if
Did you know that Indigenous people are saving 80% of the world’s biodiversity? Despite their deep connection to and knowledge of, precious natural resources like the Amazon rainforest and Arctic Ice, Indigenous peoples voices are rarely heard on the world
According to the latest UN global assessment, the NDC Synthesis Report, nations around the world are pledging "far away" from the Paris target. If all of the pledges submitted so far were fulfilled, global emissions would be reduced by only