@ Laura Busquets

Blog author
Originally from Tarragona, she is a professional ballet dancer with the Ballett Rossa in the Opera house of Halle Saale (Germany), also works as Marketing Manager for Ava Dance Company and runs an Instagram account about ecology, feminism and conscious living. She studied Tourism and Business Economics, and is planning to start her Masters on Sustainable Tourism.
Member since July 2020



Food scraps and yard waste together currently make up more than 28 percent of what we throw away. This organic matter ends up in landfills, where it takes up space and releases methane, a potent greenhouse gas. Thinking about home composting can be intimidating, but it is much easier than you think.


Palm Oil is not bad per se, but its rapid expansion and overproduction made it a major driver of deforestation of some of the world’s most biodiverse forests. In this article, you will learn more about the most widely consumed vegetable oil on the planet.


Have you ever been confused about some of these words? Let me tell you that YOU ARE NOT THE ONLY ONE! Compostable, biodegradable, recyclable, recycled, degradable… what are the actual differences between them? Here’s your Guide!


Studies say that 2.5 billion people are connected to the Internet worldwide and that the Internet’s energy and carbon footprint are estimated to exceed air travel. From manufacturing and shipping of computers to data use, the Digitalization and Internet are less sustainable than you might think.


Sending an email, using search engines, and storing data pollute: the web generates today 2% of the CO2 emissions of the planet. These tech tools and Apps can help you plant trees, reduce your plastic use, buy eco-friendly clothes and products, avoid food waste, and reduce your carbon footprint.


The United Nations says: β€œFor the goals to be reached, everyone needs to do their part: governments, the private sector, civil society and people like you.” Let me help you contribute to the SDGs with these series of individual and daily actions!


Menstruating people usually have their menstruation for 38/40 years with an average of 5 days a month. That means that we menstruate around 2,400 days in our life (6 and a half years)! Can you imagine the amount of waste that we create? Well, it’s time to go towards a Zero Waste Period.


If you are looking for an environmentally friendly and organic way to wash your clothes, you are in the right place! In this article I am going to show you how you can make chestnut laundry detergent by yourself. We are just going to need some chestnuts and water! Sustainable, regional and for free!


The fashion industry emits more carbon than international flights and maritime shipping combined. Avoiding fast-fashion clothes and buying from sustainable brands is normally the first thing that comes to our mind when trying to have a sustainable wardrobe. But there are other things you can do.


Have you ever thought about where all those single-use plastics end up? Did you know that every piece of plastic ever created still exists? With this simple list of tips and swaps I want to introduce you to a low plastic waste lifestyle.

Trusted Brands


GAIA Store -

Eco-friendly Online Shop


Ruby Cup -

Menstrual Cup


Notabag -

Reusable Shopping Bag


Kalmabio -

Cosmetics Marketplace


Edamama -

Pasta made from beans


Fitplanet -

Sustainable Sport Clothes


Perfino -

Natural Scent Jewelery

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