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Author: Stephanie Dickson

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Stephanie is the founder of Green Is The New Black. She is a marketer, event organiser and avid connector of conscious individuals and brands. She loves bringing people together to connect, find inspiration, gain knowledge and be able to take action to create a better life.

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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

We sat down with Renyung Ho, founder of Matter and second-generation leader at Banyan Tree Hotels, to talk about systems thinking, awakening moments, mortality, deep mindfulness practises, language as the architect of our reality, and her decision to evolve Matter

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Is ego the enemy? Why do people in our lives trigger us so much? Can we ever truly find inner peace? We caught up with Yana Fry on the Live Wide Awake podcast and deep dove into looking at old

Why do people choose science when it’s convenient for them? How can we (as a society) move beyond talking about racism only when it’s fashionable and performative allyship? Was 2020 the kick in the dick we all needed? We caught

Planning a wedding is stressful at the best of times. Let alone in the middle of a global pandemic. But it is possible to make getting hitched at home an extra special (and eco-friendly) occasion. If your plans have been