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Author: Paula Miquelis

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Born and raised in Nice, France, Paula has been very soon attracted by Asia studying in Hong Kong University and later on moving to Singapore to start her career as a consultant in Circular Economy. Her dream is to make sustainability more mainstream and attractive for everyone through smart design and communications.

Green Is The New Black co-founder Paula Miquelis pens this piece which outlines the trials and tribulations of fundraising a social enterprise. Together with Stephanie Dickson, they started with an idea and built a (conscious) empire. This is how they

PSA: This piece is penned by Green Is The New Black founder Paula Miquelis The truth is that we don’t know what the future holds, no one can predict that. But what we do know is that if we adopt the

Waste and what to do with it is a complex issue. But there's also a tremendous amount of opportunity for businesses and individuals to make a positive impact. And we're not just talking recycling. So we jumped on the chance

Singapore generates approximately 800,000 tonnes of food waste every year, which is equal to 2 bowls of rice per person, every day. Meanwhile, 1 in 10 people are suffering from food insecurity.  Last updated on July 2019   On the other hand, agribusinesses

Globe-trotting is becoming more prevalent and accessible than ever. But are eco-conscious travelers and their mindful habits also on the rise? In the past 10 years, awareness for the environment has definitely increased. But there’s definitely still room to improve our

10 nifty tips and tricks to help you find and maintain a create a socially-responsible and sustainable wardrobe full of ethical clothing   The truth is that as consumers, we have the power to influence our world and make fashion sustainable, more conscious. Instead

Is corporate sustainability just a fad? Sustainability is the word on a lot of big corporations lips, but is it all PR spin or deeply intrinsic to the core of businesses? We joined the SCMP Redefining Hong Kong Debate Series and heard from