Today is Earth Day and also the start of Fashion Revolution Week. Your voice is a powerful tool. Together we can demand change, clean up the mess, say slow down, we have enough.
I´m not here to tell you to stop flying or to judge you if you do. I would just like you to know the real price of your flights, of all your flights. And that you are not too small to make a difference, your carbon footprint matters, your choices matter. Your future, my future and the future of next generations matter.
What is a carbon footprint? How do you calculate it? And what you can do to lower it and reach a worldwide target to combat climate change. I believe everyone can be part of creating a carbon-neutral future.
In this month I will (try my best to) create a series of post for you that will hopefully answer some questions or give you useful tips for low impact living, sustainability, climate change, activism, veganism, fair fashion. Together we can find some eco-friendly, healthier and cheaper alternatives for all of us.
Sugar is everywhere and it´s extremely addictive. Next to making us addicted and unhealthy (like that is not bad enough) it´s is also bad for the environment and the people involved in the production. Let´s me explain why.
Rivers are the veins of our planet, they hosted first civilizations and nourished humanity and wildlife since the dawn of time. Somehow humans lost the connection with rivers, oceans, nature.
“Values are not simply posters on a wall. For the culture to be strong, your values must be strong, your values must be clear and your values must be lived.”
Why convenience at the expense of the planet is not convenient at all. And why we need to make it clear to the companies that the reason we don´t wanna buy their shit is that it´s packed or made from plastic.+ My weekend in photos
I know that a lot of information, facts and eco tips are thrown at us every day (especially today) and nobody can start doing them all overnight. I´m here to show you today how you can make smarter choices during your normal workday. And just for fun, I wanna show you that through a story about a woman called Mathilda.
Welcome back and welcome to 2018. I think a post about fighting climate change is a good way to start a new year of my posts. Some researchers suggest that we have …
As the percentage of carbon dioxide in Earth’s atmosphere rises, our planet heats up. Glaciers melt. Seasons blend together as winters become warmer. What are we-snowboarders doing about it and are we making it worse?
Synthetic materials are poisoning our environment. When we think about this problem, images of plastic bottles and plastic bags come to mind, but synthetic textiles are a big part of the problem, too. The Guppyfriend washing bag filters out the tiniest microfibers released from textiles during washing.
The times are tough for those who care about the environment. After reading all the news I can´t help myself from feeling lost, terrified and unable to help. People seem …
Today, over 190 countries observe Earth Day, which is celebrated by more than a billion people worldwide every year. Learn about your carbon footprint and learn what you can do to lower it.
We have all been fooled at least once by companies that are claiming to be green by packing their products in a nice green bottle with a bunch of fake eco-labels on top. This is how to spot if the brand is full of it.
TED talks can inspire us to do our best, try something new or make us see the things in a new way. Here are 11 TED talks that will (might) inspire you to declutter, eat better, shop more responsibly, use less plastic….
Some are beautiful, others are shocking, but all of them are highly educational documentaries that I recommend to all of you. I truly hope you give them a chance.
Sad reality is – Adriatic sea is full of plastic! By 2025, the amount of plastic in the ocean is expected to double and the ocean could begin to suffocate in about 15 years. If this will not make people change their habits, there is no hope left for the ocean and this planet. Here is what the latest research revealed about the pollution of Adriatic sea.
Yes, Croatian people showed that most of them are against drilling in the Adriatic Sea and Yes, the plans for drillings are abandoned. But more action is needed from local communities. The campaigns in history that had success protecting communities and the environment, from Big Oil companies, all had one thing in common. They all had the unified support of the local people.
Plastic-free July just started. If you are still not convinced why you should stop using all the plastic, take a look how plastic is ruining my paradise on island Hvar, Croatia and take a pledge to stop using plastic in July. Thank you!