Amelie

Single mother of 2 teenagers looking to do something to fix the mess we're leaving behind for future generations!

A plant-based diet to help you sleep better

Can a vegan diet improve your sleep? Many of us have nights when we know that we have to wake up earlier than usual, but instead of sleeping, our minds repeat the unpleasant experience of social interaction that goes back to middle school. Sleep disorders are actually quite common. Studies show that about 30 percent […]

Eco Tourism – Find an eco-friendly hotel for your next vacation

With air travel seeing a drop in the last 2-3 years, eco-tourism is rising. That's good news for the traveller, the local community and our planet.

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.

Austrian spinach dumplings with vegan feta

What turns me on the most about this time we’re living, is the creativity.  People are taking on their most popular local recipes and giving it the vegan treatment.  It’s not easy.  That comes from experience.  It takes trying, testing and trying and more testing to find the right measure and mixture of ingredients to […]

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 […]

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

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.

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 […]

Living a Radically Simple Permaculture Life

Hey @Crissie I think we need a section exclusive for Permaculture. I don’t know if it’s obvious, but I’m obsessed with the idea of transitioning to a simpler self-sustainable life away from the city. I share what I learn from others. Having looked around this week at what the community is sharing, I’m happy to […]