Electronics: the industry where sustainability doesn’t come easy. Let me introduce you to five ethical brands – offering clever products for our everyday needs – that make a difference today.
Microplastic-polluted fish (or honey, or beer, or mineral water) on your table is not going to vanish soon. Here’s why and what you must do about it.
I’m not much of a campaign type. In today’s post I’m thinking about whether and how campaigns can help establish healthy/ ethical habits.
Adventurers, does “palm oil” ring a bell with you? – Tell me in the comments, and please tell me what you think about this (long overdue) palm oil Q&A.
Plain daily grind vs. hazy eco heaven future? More than a few people choose to stick with the former and find excuses to not deal with the latter.
Spring cleaning time – greener time! Always looking for eco-friendly products and methods for „greener“ cleaning, I want all the effects and no toxic side-effects.
No, it’s not kale in my smoothies – this, I can handle. Welcome to a different take on my Quest for Ethical Excellence reports: things that are just too damn frustrating.
Fine and ultrafine particles – Nothing can actually protect you from the invisible danger that kills millions every year. To say it with Ron Weasley: Can we panic now?
A fascinating new report reveals which river on Earth is the *most* polluted with microplastics (hint: it’s in Europe) – and advocates stricter legal regulations.
Sometimes I get so furious, so deeply saddened about this issue… clean words fail me. It’s not hard to boycott unsustainable palm oil. It really isn’t.