Teaching environmental sustainability to kids through the love of books!

Children are the future. They are the ones who will have to face the consequences of the planet’s sustainability issues, and probably the ones who will need to find solutions to environmental problems that they are inheriting from us. What we teach them today is going to affect their life choices and decisions in the […]

People, Planet and Profit – The future of businesses

In technical terms it is called the Triple Bottom Line and it is the future of all businesses. The TBL is a framework to evaluate the performance of a business, and it takes into consideration the fact that businesses have a huge impact on the world and ensures that this impact is positive. Unfortunately, many so-called […]

Zero Waste Week 7-11 September

The 5 Rs – Refuse, Reduce, Re-use, Recycle, Rot.  You have heard of these before, I am sure, but how ingrained are these concepts in your daily life? Are you just aiming to reduce waste? Or are you also mindful of what you buy and what you consume? On occasion of Zero Waste Week, here […]

Preparing for the planet’s climate future

How are you taking the threat of global warming? Are you considering happening it slowly or quickly? Are you thinking of how many people, or animals, or eco-systems, are going to be effected by it?  Take 11 minutes of your time now to listen to this TED TALK. David Wallace-Wells explains in a very clear way […]

ECONYL – the futuristic fabric

ECONYL® regenerated nylon is a truly innovative and futuristic fabric; it is made from waste, it’s infinitely recyclable and can unleash infinite possibilities for makers, creators and consumers. It’s all part of the ECONYL® brand vision to make the world a better place by pioneering closed loop regeneration processes and delivering sustainable products. After four […]

Seabirds, Climate Change and Humans – we are all connected!

Guest post by Esther Cuschieri Huy, Birdlife Malta Today we feature a write-up with some really cute and interesting facts about three particular seabirds species common in Malta; and we’ll understand how even the survival of these species is threatened by human recklessness and global climate change.  The Mediterranean Sea is an important area for […]