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Author: Olivia Wycech

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Olivia is a bon vivant with an insatiable appetite for...everything. Upon being horrified at the amount of rubbish she produced in a single day, her journey towards finding a better balance between being extravagant yet sustainable began. Like most obsessions, down the rabbit hole she went and it wasn’t long before she decided to shift her sustainable preachings from Friday nights after too much wine to every day at Green Is The New Black. Olivia is still trying to figure all this ‘the end of the world’ stuff out, so she is keepin’ it real, one super small #LittleGreenStep at a time. Be like Olivia.

Shaping a brighter future For advocating for systemic change for a better future and shifting the conversation away from individual action Xiang Tian is the co-founder of informal environmental group LepakInSG, with informal referring to his dress code. The group is lauded

Ridding the world of plastic one bag at a time For ending the plastic problem in Bali and youth empowerment Melati Wijsen is an 18-year-old Indonesian/Dutch activist and changemaker. She graduated from Bali's super cool Green School in 2017, one year early,

Fueling the heart through food For creating the biggest plant-based fast-casual restaurant chain Christian Mongendre is widely recognised in Hong Kong and beyond as one of the visionaries behind the plant-based movement in Hong Kong. He successfully co-founded and opened well-loved restaurants

Browse a shortlist of unmissable activities at this year's Conscious Festival powered by Holland & Barrett. From riveting talks, immersive workshops, mindful games, unique musicians, a conscious marketplace and plenty of vegan grub, you'll have no trouble minding your time

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