I tried upcycling a T-shirt into a no-sew shopping bag

I tried upcycling a T-shirt into a no-sew shopping bag

Fashion trends change, body shapes change, and like us, our clothing is subject to wear and tear. Your favourite outfit sadly won’t last forever – and those clothes you donated ­– even they end up somewhere when they’re no longer wearable. The place old clothes...
Eco kondo: the sustainable art of cleaning up

Eco kondo: the sustainable art of cleaning up

Don’t freak out, but every single thing you eat, drink, buy, use, and wear eventually ends up making its way back into nature. By default, that means everything you consume can either feed our planet or poison her. It’s a lot of pressure, but it’s not all doom and...
Say hello to Tiril Refsum from Oslo Raw

Say hello to Tiril Refsum from Oslo Raw

On a mission to make healthy (and delicious) treats available to everyone, Tiril Refsum started Oslo Raw. Handmade with raw natural ingredients, all her foods are vegan raw and organic – and packed with proteins, healthy fats, minerals and vitamins. For Tiril, being...
Is sustainability a gender issue?

Is sustainability a gender issue?

From eco-friendly soap to reusable cutlery, sustainable products are overwhelmingly marketed toward (and in most cases bought by) women. When we look at the history of the “reuse, reduce, recycle” movement, women have been at the centre of it, being the ones to...
5 womxn in the war against climate change

5 womxn in the war against climate change

Let’s get the bad news out of the way – climate change is very much real and happening, and it’s disproportionately affecting womxn – especially those in developing countries. It’s a hard truth and it really sucks. Now, some good news – womxn are incredible! In fact,...

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