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Welcome to the good fight. 

You know, the one to save people and the planet. We’re glad that you are here and are ready to take action. 

We get it: it’s easy to feel pessimistic when faced with the facts and reality of the world we live in. But we are optimistic that individual action can make a transformative collective impact. Even the UN agrees; through The Anatomy of Action it proves that individual micro-actions collectively contribute to macro-changes. You see, together, we can solve the climate crisis.

And landing on this page is hopefully the first of many #LittleGreenSteps you’ll take on your journey towards creating a more sustainable lifestyle. We hope you’ll use our handy guides to help make high-impact, easy to implement life changes. Simply click on each theme to find useful resources, thought-provoking articles, fun videos, practical information, and lots of #LittleGreenSteps for you to take immediate action.

While we have your attention.. help us plant a forest!

While forests are burning all around the world, we need to understand that not only do trees provide us with the oxygen we breathe, but they also keep CO2 out of the atmosphere. With that in mind, we’ve decided to plant multiple forests (we’ve already planted 1000 trees!), and you can join us. Your contribution will help us reforest a small slice of the Philippines.

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Carbon Neutral

Since the Industrial Revolution humans have been spewing vast amounts of carbon (and other fossil fuels) into the atmosphere. Over time global emission rates have exponentially increased, despite science proving it will end in disaster for all living beings should we continue. If things don’t change immediately, we will soon reach a tipping point. Meaning…

Citizenship

As consumers and citizens we have a lot more power to influence businesses, governments, and society than you may initially think. Our individual actions really do add up to force fundamental systemic change. Now is the time to use our voices, our money, and our votes to create positive change. WHAT: You’ve heard “vote with your…

Eat

We need to reimagine food systems... There are approximately 7.5 billion people on our planet, and around 925 million of us are starving. Yet roughly one-third of all food produced for human consumption is wasted annually (that’s enough to feed 3 billion people). What we put on our plates not only has a huge impact…

Eco Anxiety

Eco-anxiety, a phrase first coined by the American Psychological Association (APA) in 2017, is defined as “a chronic fear of environmental doom.” Since then, we’ve continued to experience a barrage of climate events (floods, fires, locust plagues, pandemics, you get the gist..) which have exacerbated the issue for many. And if you are suffering, know…

Fashion

The fashion industry has a bad rep, arguably deservedly, when it comes to sustainability. The evolution of fast-fashion and instant gratification culture has fundamentally changed the way in which the Western world consume clothing. And the consequences are alarming. It's become normal to wear garments once or twice before tossing them aside for the next…

Home

WHAT: We’re not all rich rich: certainly not as rich as the richest person in the world, Jeff Bezos. Nor are we rich enough to have entire seasons of reality television dedicated to our families (that’s the Kardashians). But that doesn’t mean that our lifestyles aren’t unsustainable. Because of the system we live in, just…

Money

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has issued repeated warnings of the catastrophic consequences should the world exceed 1.5 degrees of warming. Although nearly 200 nations outlined plans to reduce emissions following the 2015 Paris Agreement, since then banks have done little to positively contribute. In fact, their continued financing of fossil fuels aligns…

Travel

The tourism industry has exploded in recent decades, with adventurous souls travelling further afield and travel for business becoming increasingly common. While we love to vacation as much as the next person, the negative effects of tourism are a threat to our planet. From increasing carbon footprints to overtourism destroying areas of natural beauty; what…

Zero Waste

What do we mean when we talk about ‘waste’? Well, the official word is anything discarded after its primary use or is deemed worthless, defective or no use is waste. Which means it’s a broad spectrum covering everything from food, plastic and household items to electronic waste, heavy metals, and chemicals. And every year we…

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