Vegan eco craft ideas with Faye Smith from Nature Makers

Faye Smith runs Nature Makers, a crafty outdoor learning group which only uses vegan and eco friendly craft materials.  Nature Makers share craft ideas and colouring sheets online, and produce educational materials.  Here Faye shares some forest school art ideas, and the story of how she set the classes up. 

New Zealand talks plant-based nutrition in school

New Zealand school systems are now advising students to eat less meat and dairy in order to combat climate change. The new curriculum launched in January, according to Reuters. It uses research to show secondary school students how climate change impacts the planet. It also teaches students how consuming meat and dairy products can increase […]

The EU ditches coal

European greenhouse gas emissions continue to decline as countries switch from coal to renewable energy sources. By 2030, 13 EU countries will be without coal. The transition to more sustainable forms of energy has led to emissions reductions, according to a recent report by the European Environment Agency monitoring group. EU and UK member states […]
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Recycling in Sweden

This video is about recycling in Sweden. My trashy tour of how I recycle in my apartment at Södermalm in Stockholm. I didn’t recycle a whole lot on a day to day basis when I lived in my last house. Now on the other hand, in my city apartment, I recycle pretty much everything I […]

A vegan take on Danish cuisine

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]When it comes to innovation, Northern Europe is where it’s at. Eco-friendly cities like Copenhagen are paving the way for the rest of the world. In this video, we feature Byhaven 2200, a community garden, located right in the middle of the Nørrebro district of Copenhagen. Here some very enthusiastic young people have started the […]

How To Recycle Your Old Clothes

So much waste in a single country. Ever wondered how to recycle clothes? If you’ve ever wanted to know how to recycle clothing, check out this episode of One Small Step! Follow Lucy Biggers on her journey as she first visits a thrift store to try and sell some old clothes, then goes to a […]

How To Fit Two Years Of Trash In A Mason Jar

It should say a lot if you look and see that this video is 4 years old now. But, maybe, no. Because it took 4 years for humanity to start, yes, start to wake up and see that our consumerist, trash lifestyle is not in any way shape or form acceptable. We learn from people […]

Permaculture, Self Sufficiency & Vegan Fertilisers

This is where we are going. As humanity faces more and more hardship with nature’s wrath, growing our own food and becoming truly self-sustainable is something we should all be educating ourselves about. The beauty of the internet is that it is used by people who share what they learn. Here’s one such case – […]

Organic Sustainable Farming is the Future of Agriculture

In this film, organic market gardeners Frank and Josje talk about why the supermarket system doesn’t work and how Community Supported Agriculture fits into a new story for food growing. CSA members help farmers to grow the best quality vegetables and to nurture healthy soils by committing to receive a vegetable box every week for […]

11 Years Living Off-Grid

Hélène Dubé and her partner Alain Neveu from Es-Cargo (http://www.es-cargo.qc.ca/) have lived off-grid in Quebec, Canada for 11 years in a self-built earthship style home made of recycled tires filled with earth and large south-facing windows. Their water is gravity fed from a spring-filled cistern placed up the hill from their home, their power comes […]