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Climate Joy Week #45: Nike Releases Shoe Made of Waste, Delta’s $1bn plan to Be the First Carbon Neutral Airline and more…

Climate Joy Week #45: Nike Releases Shoe Made of Waste, Delta’s $1bn plan to Be the First Carbon Neutral Airline and more…

It’s been going on a year since we launched this series to celebrate positive environmental news and with the increase of climate anxiety, it’s needed now more than ever. So here is some good news to inspire hope and cheerfulness: 1. Nike releases ‘Space Hippie’ shoes made of waste Sportswear giant Nike has released its...

Climate Joy Week #44: SeaWorld Ends Dolphin Surfing, the Oscars Embraces Plant-Based Menu and more…

Climate Joy Week #44: SeaWorld Ends Dolphin Surfing, the Oscars Embraces Plant-Based Menu and more…

Welcome to this week’s edition of Climate Joy. This roundup of positive climate news also comes right before Valentine’s Day and for this reason, if you recognise and celebrate the day, here’s to a wonderful Valentine’s in advance. Now here’s the good news we’re celebrating this week: 1. SeaWorld ends dolphin surfing and related show...

Climate Joy Week #43: New French Law Stops Companies From Destroying Unsold Goods, Copenhagen Fashion Week Announces Sustainability Plan and more…

Climate Joy Week #43: New French Law Stops Companies From Destroying Unsold Goods, Copenhagen Fashion Week Announces Sustainability Plan and more…

Welcome to this week’s edition of Climate Joy. As always, this week we’ve scoured the news to bring you positive developments for the environment. From France to Borneo, we come bearing green tidings to inspire you to keep up the good climate fight. Here’s what we’re celebrating this week: 1. Landmark French law will stop unsold...

Climate Joy Week #42: China to Ban Single-Use Plastic in Major Cities, Spain Declares Climate Emergency

Climate Joy Week #42: China to Ban Single-Use Plastic in Major Cities, Spain Declares Climate Emergency

Another week, another round-up of positive news stories as it relates to the environment and climate action. The first month of 2020 is nearly over but it has already borne witness to some advancements in our global fight to protect our planet. So here’s what we’re celebrating this week: 1. China to ban single-use plastic in...

Climate Joy Week #41: Microsoft Pledges to Become Carbon Negative, Colgate Launches Vegan-Certified Toothpaste and more…

Climate Joy Week #41: Microsoft Pledges to Become Carbon Negative, Colgate Launches Vegan-Certified Toothpaste and more…

Welcome to this week’s edition of our Climate Joy series. This week has brought forth good environmental tidings especially when you consider that rain has finally come to Australia (as many of you may be aware, EWP headquarters is in Australia) and given the country’s devastating bushfires and drought, this latest development is a joyful one for...

Why You Should Set Goals But Avoid Calling Them New Year’s Resolutions

Why You Should Set Goals But Avoid Calling Them New Year’s Resolutions

The last few decades have borne witness to many amazing changes in our lifestyles. We have seen the advent of greener homes and powered whole cities with renewables energy. We have witnessed better environmental laws, a remarkable shift in consumer awareness and our understanding of numerous topics across the world stage has broadened. A few...

4 Simple Ways to Reduce (and Hopefully Get Rid Of) Consumer Debt This Year

4 Simple Ways to Reduce (and Hopefully Get Rid Of) Consumer Debt This Year

Newsflash: Overall consumer debt in the US last year amounted to $13.9 trillion, the highest it’s been since data has been made available. This figure paints a worrisome picture of just how many people are currently struggling to stay on top of their personal finances. With over-dependence on credit cards, personal and student loans and mortgages, it’s...

Climate Joy Week #40: London and New York Mayors Urge Other Cities to Divest From Fossil Fuels, US Greenhouse Gas Emissions Fall in 2019 and more…

Climate Joy Week #40: London and New York Mayors Urge Other Cities to Divest From Fossil Fuels, US Greenhouse Gas Emissions Fall in 2019 and more…

Welcome to this week’s edition of our Climate Joy Series. Thanks for supporting this series, where we shine the light on positive climate news and remind everyone it’s not all bad. And now without further ado, here is the roundup of good news for the week, as it relates to the environment and climate action:...

Climate Joy Week #39: Golden Globes Goes Plant-Based, Comedian Celeste Barber Raises $32 Million in Bushfire Appeal and more…

Climate Joy Week #39: Golden Globes Goes Plant-Based, Comedian Celeste Barber Raises $32 Million in Bushfire Appeal and more…

Happy New Year! Welcome to this week’s edition of Climate Joy, the first of the year. In a sense, this year began appallingly from an environmental sense; the Australian bushfires are still raging and the country’s Prime Minister Scott Morrison doesn’t seem bothered by it. But at times like this, more than ever, we are...