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Author: Leanne McNulty

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Leanne has worked and volunteered in the NGO sector in Asia and the UK for almost a decade. She is a proud and passionate fundraiser who is motivated by connecting people to causes that they care about and giving them the opportunity to make a real difference. Since growing up on the West Coast of Ireland, she has always been a lover of nature, especially the ocean. Her journey towards living more sustainably and consciously started slowly through an interest in minimalism, plant-based diet, yoga and the zero-waste movement. She has attempted all of them with varying degrees of success! Seeing the Extinction Rebellion April actions in London this year was the biggest wake-up call to learn the truth about the scale of the climate crisis and Leanne now considers herself a bone fide, but imperfect, environmentalist keen to share the infinite benefits of slowing down and living more mindfully with anyone who will listen!

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During the pandemic, you’ve probably heard “humans are the virus” or “nature is healing". If you felt uneasy but weren’t entirely sure why you are not alone. These are examples of ‘ecofascism’. Let's delve into the roots of ecofascism, bust

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And no, we're not talking about a day dedicated to Beyoncé. But, we're also not opposed to that idea! World Bee Day is an annual awareness day, established in 2018 by the UN, to highlight the role of bees in