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Climate Justice: Here’s How You Can Help Philippine Victims of Typhoon Goni and Vamco

Climate Justice: Here’s How You Can Help Philippine Victims of Typhoon Goni and Vamco

The Philippines has just about had it with natural disasters. While some Filipinos are trying to get back on their feet after the devastating wrath of Typhoon Rolly (known around the world as Typhoon Goni) on November 1 that killed 26 people, here comes Typhoon Ulysses (Vamco) sending almost the entire island of Luzon into...

10 Inspiring BIPOC Gardeners and Farmers on Instagram to Follow

10 Inspiring BIPOC Gardeners and Farmers on Instagram to Follow

Gardening isn’t just about retreating to your own place of calm surrounded by flowers, birds and butterflies. For some, gardening is revolutionary; a radical act that challenges the status quo. In the United States, less than 2% of farms in America is black-owned. The promises made by government after the American Civil War for land...

10 Practical Tips for Zero Waste Gardening

10 Practical Tips for Zero Waste Gardening

Zero waste living shouldn’t just apply to what you do in your home, but what you do in your gardens too. What most people realise only after they begin gardening, is that for an activity that embraces nature, there’s a surprising amount of plastic waste involved. So here are some zero waste gardening tips for...

11 Ethical and Sustainable Outdoor Clothing Brands for the Adventurer

11 Ethical and Sustainable Outdoor Clothing Brands for the Adventurer

When you buy through our links, we may earn fees from our affiliate partners. Learn more. This year we’ve been plagued with extreme weather, natural disasters and unforgiving viruses (ahem, COVID-19). Some cities and regions are still under lockdown but other areas have begun operating again which has reawakened travel wanderlust. Enjoying any outdoor activity during...

10 Ethical Brands That Support Indigenous Artisans and Communities

10 Ethical Brands That Support Indigenous Artisans and Communities

To date, the coronavirus has taken over 700,000 lives worldwide and it is even spreading into remote places, threatening the health and safety of indigenous tribes and native communities. In Brazil, the government’s COVID-19 response (or lack of) has shown incompetence to protect its tribal populations from the threat. According to Articulation of Indigenous Peoples...

Ending the Culture of Silence on Sexual Harassment and Assault

Ending the Culture of Silence on Sexual Harassment and Assault

Manila, Philippines: In June, high numbers of sexual harassment cases began to surface at a string of schools across Metro Manila after a former student at Miriam College High School shared her story of how her Grade 11 teacher had admitted to having inappropriate fantasies about his students with her. Emboldened by this display of...