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Author: Tammy Gan

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Tammy is an environmentalist and social media advocate who believes in thinking bigger and deeper about climate change. She hopes that with her actions, we will all grow to become environmentally conscious citizens (not consumers) with hearts for this beautiful planet we call home.

This week: news that will make you angry. Farm animals are getting culled in the millions. Garment workers are being forced to go back to work. Big Plastic is asking for a coronavirus bailout. And we need to talk about

This week, it's not only the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, it's also Fashion Revolution Week. Which means there's a lot going on in the world right now, from negative oil prices to H&M topping the Fashion Transparency Index

"Only a crisis, actual or perceived, produces real change," said famed American economist Milton Friedman, four decades ago. "When that crisis occurs, the actions that are taken depend on the ideas that are lying around." Crises shape history. That's why some

This week: we dispel the myth that the pandemic is stopping climate change. We also discuss what needs to be done if we really wanted to stop climate change. And the good news? We've already starting to do it. (Want to

This week, we round up some headlines you might have missed amid the coronavirus coverage. Monsanto's worse than we thought. And fires are ravaging Northern Thailand. But on the bright side, worldwide renewable energy capacity has hit an all-time high!

Are you watching? From Australia to Canada, from the United States to Japan, and even in Singapore

All over the world, workers in the fashion industry are facing destitution, being laid off, or being forced to work in unsafe, life-threatening conditions. It's times like this when we see the fragility of the global supply chain and the