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Glasgow COP26 – here’s what you need to know

We are all becoming much more aware of the consequences of climate change than we were two years ago, we are living it. However, there is reason to hope! COP26, a new ambition COP aims to accelerate ambitious targets through collaboration to decarbonise society.
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Visions of Alternative Futures: Brithdir Mawr, Wales

A low-impact eco-community near the picturesque coast of Pembrokeshire in South Wales. It uses renewable energy, grows its own food and lives in harmony with nature according to permaculture principles. Learn more about the history of this fascinating community, their present-day work and uncertain future.
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4 Reasons Why Indian Arranged Marriages Should Be Banned

After a devastating breakup, many people tend to have a rebound relationship. In India, people have rebound marriages instead – also known as arranged marriages. Just to be clear, that’s not always the case; I was only being snarky because it’s true.
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A diagnosis of a degenerative neurological condition like multiple sclerosis can leave someone feeling scared, depressed and helpless. But there are things you can do to regain control, and a plant-based diet is one way to find hope.

Article

Since the Glasgow Climate Pact was signed, media portrayals of COP26 have been polarised between framings of success and failure. But in order to sustain and increase political pressure, we must move away from binary thinking and bring more nuance into our communication.

Story

A pause from sustainability. This is an insightful and personal story about what I felt when I turned 30. Was it easy? No. Was it crazy? Yes. Am I thinking about things that I’ve never though I would’ve thought before? Yes, yes, yes.

Article

We are all becoming much more aware of the consequences of climate change than we were two years ago, we are living it. However, there is reason to hope! COP26, a new ambition COP aims to accelerate ambitious targets through collaboration to decarbonise society.

Article

Have you stopped to think about how sustainability applies to your daily life or your favorite activities like traveling? In this article, we will explore the bidirectional relationships (visitor, community, surroundings) that a sustainable traveler looks after and promote for a mutual benefits goal.

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A low-impact eco-community near the picturesque coast of Pembrokeshire in South Wales. It uses renewable energy, grows its own food and lives in harmony with nature according to permaculture principles. Learn more about the history of this fascinating community, their present-day work and uncertain future.

Recipes

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Black sticky rice (or black glutinous rice) is commonly used in Southeast Asian desserts. It’s a naturally sweet, dark colored rice which is actually dark purple more than black. It contains both loads of fiber and antioxidants, both of which are health promoting.

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These plant-based dumplings are filled with fresh veggies, super easy to make and no oil required! You can add any ingredient to the filling – think tofu and noodles. If you don’t have an air-fryer you can dry fry them in a non-stick frying pan on medium heat. Serve with your favorite dipping sauce.

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Blueberries are not only delicious but they are full of antioxidants and improve memory! They are the hero in these baked donuts which are super easy to make. With the texture of a moist muffin, you wouldn’t know they were dairy, egg, gluten, oil and refined sugar-free.

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This rich and creamy curry not only tastes delicious but is good for your health. It is made from whole plant foods, low in fat and super easy to make. The green jackfruit has a meaty texture, takes on the flavours of the warming spices and will leave you feeling satisfied and satiated.

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A plant-based dessert that everyone will love, including the kids. This chocolate mousse is super easy to make and totally delicious, served with a vanilla cashew cream. It’s also packed full of nutrition and is low in saturated fat so great for our health.

Ethical Brands

Fashion

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Sustainable period pants

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Nutrition

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Pasta made from beans

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Sustainable Sport Clothes

Accessories

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Natural Scent Jewelery

Travel Destinations

Retreat

Brithdir Mawr Eco-Camping

Brithdir Mawr Wild and Eco Camping is a quiet site in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, at the foot of Carningli, two miles from the sea and about five minutes’ drive from Newport. Stays here are in a designated field that’s part of a well-established eco community set up in 1994 on an 80-acre restored farm. The whole place is off-grid for electricity and uses water from mountain springs; recycling even stretches to toilet waste, which is composted to feed the site’s fruit trees.

Retreat

Findhorn Ecovillage

Come to the iconic Findhorn Spiritual Community and enjoy a personal self-styled retreat by yourself or with your family and friends* while soaking up the energy of this sacred land and transformational field. Findhorn’s principles of inner listening, co-creation with nature and work as love in action have inspired countless authors, activists, change-makers, spiritual teachers and leaders including Robert Holden, Caroline Myss, Charles Eisenstein, Joanna Macy and countless more.

Hotel

Villa Epicurea

A private eco-friendly lodge with breathtaking ocean views. Located in a stunningly beautiful site immersed in the evergreen landscape of Serra da Arrábida Natural Park in Portugal. In order to offer their guests a holistic experience, all the food served is organic and bought from local farmers (vegan-friendly). Their amenities are also homemade and organic, as well as their bed linen. Their eco-friendly pool embodies the mission of combining modern technology and a sustainable way of living.

Restaurant

ONA by Claire Vallée

ONA is the first vegan restaurant to receive a Michelin star. Located in Arès France, the name stands for Origin Non-Animale (Non-Animal Origin) because the restaurant uses no animal products in its food, decorations or furnishings. ONA was opened in 2016 by Claire Vallée, a self-taught chef, and offers a seven-course tasting menu. ONA aims to be a place of life where respect for people, nature and animals is at the center of all concerns.

Recommendations

Ethics in the real world
The Myth Gap
The True Cost
Merchants of Doubt
Thinking, Fast and Slow
The YIKES Podcast

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