Environment

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 […]

To be a vegan in Sweden

I found, as I researched the local Vegan community, that Sweden is in fact way more vegan-friendly than I thought. So, here's my tour of Swedish vegan food bloggers for a taster on what the local community is cooking up.

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 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 […]

How fast fashion adds to the world’s clothing waste problem

Fast fashion is a major contributor to the world’s clothing waste problem. Many of us give our old clothes to charity or drop them in a store take-back bin, but you might be surprised to learn most of it is sold and can end up in the landfill. To read more: http://cbc.ca/1.4493490 (Visited 390 times, […]

Exploring Eco Fashion in NYC

A behind-the-scenes, unsponsored look at some of the ideas coming forward in the new business world regarding sustainable shopping, recycled products in the fashion industry. (Visited 6037 times, 1 visits today)

Two adults, two kids, zero waste

Do you have an excess of stuff? Do you take the trash out on a regular basis? Bea Johnson started a global movement advocating for a zero waste lifestyle. Here, she reveals how she and her family produce less than one quart of waste per year, and how living simply has changed her life for […]

Zero waste essentials I REGRET buying

Now that veganism has been taken over by the internet marketing community, there is sadly a lot of bad information being thrown around – about diet, lifestyle, recycling. Kids, I’ve read it all. In fact, even zero-waste has become something to make money out of. Which is,well, stupid. So, I went looking for some videos […]

The Future of Living: Self-Sustaining Villages

Smart house inside of the dumb neighborhood does not make sense! James explains in his talk how to build regenerative communities that produce more organic food, clean water, renewable energy and mitigate waste. James Ehrlich is the Founder of ReGen Villages, a Stanford University spin-off company, which aims to develop the “Tesla of Ecovillages“ with […]