For using art to communicate climate change and eco-anxiety to bring mental health into the spotlight
An over-packaged coconut was the catalyst that triggered Tanja’s journey towards a zero-waste lifestyle and led to her discovery of eco-anxiety. A content creator, storyteller, connector and public speaker, Tanja is an eco-all-rounder whose passion for sustainability is expressed through photography, writing, art, and connecting people to illustrate how individuals and industries can redefine business as unusual. She has written for a number of publications on art, lifestyle, and sustainability and specialises in eco-anxiety, a chronic concern over environmental issues. Tanja is a founder of Circular Community Hong Kong and creator of social media platform, All In – Asia, and she has also exhibited her artwork at our very own Conscious Festivals. A zero-waste champion, this year Tanja has embarked on a project to stop supporting fast-fashion by not buying any new clothes.
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