Superfood salads, fresh juices and protein rich, upscale vegan friendly menu additions have been on a surge in Cairo over the past few years. If you are part of this group, there’s no doubt that you’ve probably seen this cheeky logo floating around social media. Actually, let’s not call this a trend, it is a … More Cairo’s Latest Addition To the Healthy Food Scene – Cairo Juice Co.
Plastic Free July is the perfect time to challenge yourself to not use any single-use plastic – or to try to eliminate it from your daily life completely. It’s an enlightening experience that makes you realise how pervasive (single use) plastics are in our society. Disclaimer: Leading an an entirely plastic free life is … More 31 Things To Do This Plastic Free July
Neya, the Arabic word for intention. In this case, the intrinsic value to do well. With this philosophy, Neya Platform intends to bring together those with common goals of making a difference in society. Whether you’re an expert in the sector, an NGO, a business, a social service agency or social enterprise, this platform unites all … More Neya – The Platform that Encourages Change
Sometimes newspaper articles, scientific journal articles or non-profit reports may not spark the same emotions that real life images and footage does. Here’s our list of eight environmental documentaries that you can find online to watch to learn more about our planet and environment, what’s happening to it and how we’ve been trying to save … More Eight Must Watch Environmental Documentaries
Since palm oil is a semi-solid at room temperature, it has a range of uses, hence why 66 million tonnes of it is produced annually – making it the most commonly produced vegetable oil. … More What Makes Palm Oil So Controversial?
In no particular order, here are our top six sustainability podcasts picks, with topics ranging from corporate responsibility, sustainable fashion to climate change. Links to their respective websites are available for each below. 1. The Mallen Baker Podcast for Change Makers Mallen is a dynamic speaker and corporate sustainability expert, who has spent years dealing … More Our Top Six Sustainability Podcast Picks
Hi! I’m Mikayla and I’m a Lifestyle Blogger from Trinidad and Tobago. And I’m also Vegan. Which is what I’m here to talk to you guys about today. Before we jump into that I just want to say thank you to Stephanie for allowing me to publish this post on here. … More 7 Tips for Transitioning to a Vegan Lifestyle
Many are constantly on the go, so many opt for those take away single use, ‘recyclable’ cups, multiple times a day, almost every single day.
See where you can get a discount for using your reusable cup and how much it is. (Applies to the UK) … More Which Café Chains Offer Discounts When You Use Your Reusable Cup?
Reporting a temperature of 20.3C (68.54F) at Trawsgoed, Ceredigion in Wales, Monday the 25th February marks the first time that a temperature over 20C has been recording during winter. Breaking the previous record, which was 19.7C (67.46F), in Greenwich, 1998 – 21 years ago, according to the Met Office. Typically, the February average is 8.2C … More Today was the UK’s Warmest Day to ever be Recorded during the Month of February
A lot of products in our bathrooms are responsible for producing a lot of waste, so here is a list of low impact or zero waste bathroom swaps you can make. In addition to being more the more environmentally-friendly, these options are usually better for our health and the environment as natural, organic ingredients are … More 13 Low Impact Bathroom Swaps
‘Taking into account common agricultural policy (CAP) payments based on farm size, as well as payments that support production of livestock directly, between € 28.5 billion and € 32.6 billion go to livestock farms or farms producing fodder for livestock – between 18% and 20% of the EU’s total annual budget.’ – says the recently … More Around 18-20% of the EU’s Budget is Allocated to Livestock Farming