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How the G7 Can Save the Amazon Rainforest

How the G7 Can Save the Amazon Rainforest

It is encouraging that the G7 is discussing the urgent situation in the Amazon. President Macron has advocated stopping industrial deforestation and finding new forms of forest governance where NGOs and indigenous peoples are more involved. The question is how G7 countries best could achieve this. The best way for G7 countries to help solve this crisis...

Top 10 Films and Documentaries on the Subject of Fairtrade

Top 10 Films and Documentaries on the Subject of Fairtrade

By Connie Allen, Films for the Earth The power of film and documentary is undeniable. After so long, text and endless statistics and news articles fall on deaf ears as we become numb to their content. But watch a film that connects to your inner humanity through beautiful imagery, engaging interviews, real people and their...

10 Tips for Planning an Eco-Friendly Wedding

10 Tips for Planning an Eco-Friendly Wedding

Today’s environmentally aware couples are going out of their way to find green wedding ideas to minimise waste and reduce the carbon footprint of their ceremony and reception. It’s not easy, but with a little planning and following eco advice your big “I Do” can be much more friendly to Mother Nature.  Here are 10...

Eco-Friendly Wedding Tips to Make Your Big Day Sustainable

Eco-Friendly Wedding Tips to Make Your Big Day Sustainable

Weddings are easily one of the most important events in any couple’s life. Joyous occasions like weddings require a lot of planning and often involve high levels of stress. Due to this, even the most environmentally and socially responsible couples often ignore the principles of sustainability while wedding planning, either to save money or simplify...

Don’t Bin Your Used Coffee Bags. This New Australian Initiative Allows You to Recycle Them…

Don’t Bin Your Used Coffee Bags. This New Australian Initiative Allows You to Recycle Them…

MEDIA RELEASE From today, coffee lovers across Australia will be able to benefit from a new recycling scheme launched by Australian coffee brand, Seven Miles and the leaders in recycling the non-recyclable, TerraCycle. The first of its kind in Australia, the new initiative allows consumers to recycle used coffee bags, which are proven to be...

Female Co-Founder of Startup The Clean Collective Reveals Sexual Harassment on Silicon Valley ‘Casting Couch’

Female Co-Founder of Startup The Clean Collective Reveals Sexual Harassment on Silicon Valley ‘Casting Couch’

The female cofounder of an Aussie startup has revealed the hidden misogyny and sexual harassment that exists within the Silicon Valley investment world. In an honest and at times uncomfortable open letter to anonymous angel investor ‘Phil’, Charlie Thompson, CEO of profit-for-purpose business The Clean Collective, exposes the manipulation and gas-lighting experienced by female-led start-ups,...

Six in 10 Australians Say Their Mood Negatively Impacts Their Savings Habits

Six in 10 Australians Say Their Mood Negatively Impacts Their Savings Habits

Buy Now, Pay Later services and social media also negatively impacting saving goals PRESS RELEASE Boredom and ‘bad days’ are among the biggest savings roadblocks for Australians, along with social media influencers, peer pressure from friends, and Buy Now, Pay Later services according to new research by MyState Bank.  MyState Bank research revealed Australia is...

New Initiative to Recycle Plastic Bread Bag Closures Launches in Australia

New Initiative to Recycle Plastic Bread Bag Closures Launches in Australia

PRESS RELEASE A recycling program for difficult to recycle plastic bread closures could be the best thing since sliced bread. Kwik Lok, the global leader in bread bag closures used to keep bread fresher for longer is partnering with TerraCycle to make all brands of bread bag closures nationally recyclable, for free, through the Bread Bag Closure Recycling Program.   Launched by Kwik Lok and global recycling...

Patagonia Release Eye-Opening Documentaries Dissecting the Environmental Impacts of Fish Farms

Patagonia Release Eye-Opening Documentaries Dissecting the Environmental Impacts of Fish Farms

PRESS RELEASE Patagonia has announced the release of two films; Artifishal and Saving Martha urging for the protection of wild fish. The 80 minute feature film Artifishal explores the high cost—ecological, financial and cultural—of our mistaken belief that engineered solutions can make up for habitat destruction. They trace the impact of fish hatcheries and farms...