Our writings, work & experience in climate change, justice, food systems, circular design, waste, sustainability, capitalism, consumerism and a whole lot more.

Should we work with businesses who destroy the world?

Why do we give Australia such a hard time?

The Environment Impact Label – Part 2

Where do we go from capitalism? Part One.

Our language in the environment and social impact space could use some work

Don’t give me disruptive innovation; give me disruptive transparency

Can designers fix the mess we created?

25 ways to be a positive traveller

Whose fault is the shitshow we’re in anyway?

The Club of Rome Report in the 21st century

Let’s get our stories straight about the Amazon (and veganism)

Attending a protest as a reluctant protester

The failure of recycling

The true cost of an ethical & sustainable product

The longest suburban sprawl in the world

The great Chinese takeover of everywhere

You’re not a perfect vegan and that is absolutely ok

A comprehensive guide to understanding Climate Change

Poverty trumps plastic

The Ultimate Guide to a Plastic Free Bathroom

Renovating a sewing centre in rural Cambodia

Diamonds, Gold & Deforestation in Indigenous Land

No such thing as cheap & ethical

An Environmental Impact Label

Cotton is not the answer

How we eat is changing the world

Our clothing is full of plastic

The self styled plastic alliance

Colonialism & environmental work

Environmentalism & social justice

60,000 abandoned mines – what happens now?

We’ve been talking about climate change for decades

We need to talk about the Congo more

19 Environmental Actions for 2019

Let’s talk more about environmental racism

Navigating humans in a world of problems

The Cambodian snail invasion

Landfill is not the answer

Burning plastics in Cambodia

The plastic problem is not the fault of developing countries.

Action: Write to your favorite brands

Palm oil in other words

Make hummus not waste

Gorilla Trekking in Uganda

5 must read books this month

9 must see documentaries to protect the planet this month

Yes, other countries are dirty. Yours probably should be.