This chapter: “Things are looking up for the fashion world” revolves around textile waste, upcycling, and innovative clothing-production approaches
Two-Wheels, Four-Wheels, Rail or Air? How you travel on holiday and why diversifying your methods can benefit your trip.
Interview with Jack Yan, New Zealand publisher, designer, and businessman. Founder of several business ventures including global fashion magazine Lucire
On a planet with limited resources, letting them go to waste is unsustainable & unethical. We have the collective force to challenge this situation.
Fast fashion is another phenomenon that has emerged since the industrialisation age which is now quantifiably threatening the health and stability of our planet.
Fast fashion is changing… Or is it? The rise in eco-marketing and whether it’s backed by action
Kombucha is one of the more healthier and sustainable drinks to consume and make, particularly when done in a homebrew, localised situation.
Students in Sustainability Consulting. Interview with Paolo Costi on Lighthouse | Corporate Sustainability. ESCP Europe
How cities and people are driving positive changes in mobility… Will it be enough? Is Green Mobility Really on the Rise?
This positive experience propelled the feeling that working in food is truly exciting and an incredible way to explore a range of disciplines from ecology to economics.