When I thought of who might be a good example for sustainability put into practice and whom I could interview, I didn't have to think for long. I was not only intrigued by the broad variety of food the Restaurant Immerland offers - or how amazing it tastes – or how inviting their restaurant is - but … Continue reading Immerland – A heartwarming Example of a Sustainable Restaurant in Innsbruck
Specialty coffee is becoming more popular, consumers seek independent coffee shops and buy their beans directly from smaller brewers. Just like the Micro-Beer-Brewery is still going strong, this is one is not likely to stop either. So as a coffee addict myself, I went to the London Coffee Festival and had a blast. I was among … Continue reading The 5 things you can do to drink your coffee sustainably – from the London Coffee Festival
Today I went to one of the most inspiring courses. It only went on for 1.5 hours, but my mind couldn't stop having tons of ideas every few minutes of how I could put the new knowledge into action. Leyla Acaroglu is an impressive person. She is contagiously open and you feel like you … Continue reading Course: Gamification & Game Theory for Making Change
Politics are everywhere and they aren't left at the door of the UN building. But this quote stuck "The UN was not created to make mankind heaven, but to save humanity from hell." And I am thankful that this many countries regularly get together and make commitments and decide on guidelines for the greater good. As faulted as they may be.
I am a coffee addict. I drink 2-5 cups a day and me and my friends are like the Gilmore Girls - and we even talk at the same pace. Can be annoying, but I made my peace with it. I try to brew it at home and take it along on my daily adventures … Continue reading Where to get your guilt free coffee fix
Whenever you want to buy something - stop for a second and think twice when you see something too cheap to be true. Most likely than not, it is too good to be true. We think – and I won’t exclude myself – that we are what we wear. Wearing something new makes us feel … Continue reading Be an activist! Be a conscious consumer and ask simple questions!
Separate it all. Plastic, paper, metal, glass and pills. For the liquid medicine in glasses, check whether you can drain it the in the sink or not. If you're not sure, ask at your pharmacy. The pills can be returned at the pharmacy. Throw the rest away wherever you normally recycle paper, plastic, and metal. 😊 If … Continue reading How to recylce medicine
It's the small things that count 😊 I switched to using tooth tabs and bamboo tooth brushes a long time ago. Pro: Plastic free, less oil, plant based, vegan, no animal testing, recycable - and it tastes and feels good. "Con": Well the first time you use it, it might be a bit awkward, but once … Continue reading Sustainable Tooth Care