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Everybody has a hard time trying to talk about difficult topics with their family members over the holiday season. But yet, we also know that it's increasingly important to talk about issues such as climate change and raise awareness about

Well, it's certainly been a year for the history books. And while it's been a rollercoaster we are grateful to all of you, our community for sticking with us. So here are your most read articles in 2020: from vegan

We need to talk about our addiction to fossil fuels. How did we get here? And by here, I mean the state of climatic emergency in which we currently find ourselves. But also, how did we get to the point

PSA alert: we’re launching our first-ever Virtual Conscious Festival on the 12, 13, and 14 June 2020! Expect live stream inspiring talks, energising workshops, and a conscious shopping experience from the comfort of your own home. Who’s in? For the very

During our first Create Real Change (from home!) Facebook Live event, we were joined by Pierre Gilbert, a journalist at Le Vent Se Lève. We went on a deep-dive into how environmental destruction increases the risk of a pandemic. The

Google has been supporting organisations that not only deny climate change but also thwart environmental protection policy. However, in light of the recent pandemic, it's about to halt this support for good. Or is it? Unfortunately, it turned out to be

The average human goes through around 100 toilet rolls per year. No surprises then, that this everyday household item is responsible for the destruction of large swathes of forest across the globe. Here we explore the issue with tissue, the

While everyone is talking about COVID-19 (understandably so), Africa is facing a locust plague that puts some 30 million people at risk of starvation. These unimaginable swarms are spreading across East Africa spelling disaster for local people and economies.  In early

Having spent the last few months travelling the globe to regions feeling the impact of the climate crisis (read her updates from the Great Barrier Reef and New Zealand's glaciers), our globetrotting contributor Hannah Nicholl reports from Antarctica. Here's the

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