Reverb, a non profit founded by the musician Adam Garner and his wife Lauren Sullivan, has the mission to make festivals and touring as environmentally friendly as possible. They provide the money, commitment and manpower that the bands or organisers couldn't. They recycle, compost, buy local food, advise on how to avoid waste, make sure sustainable products are used down to the soap, carbon offset, use biofuel, provide solar power charge stations for phones, educate fans, encourage people to car pool or recycle, collect contacts and money from fans for different charities – and all of it in collaboration with bands. Some of the bigger ones they work with are the Dave Matthews Band, Maroon 5 and Jack Johnson.
A few months ago I was in a Yoga Studio and this lovely lady was selling her own products. She openly shared how she was diagnosed with breast cancer and survived it. Since then she's been turning her live upside down. She tried to eliminate all the toxins she could. But when she was looking … Continue reading ‘Violets are Blue’ Skincare – founded by a cancer survivor trying to avoid the toxins that we put onto your body and into our system!
Today is World Oceans Day. There a hundreds of things you can do to protect the oceans that seam to be more disconnected from the actual ocean, like minimising the usage of plastic, opting for less harmful cleaners or recycling. But something that has an immediate impact, is having wildlife fish at your home. The … Continue reading If you really love Dory, don’t buy Dory!
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 trend took off, 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 fellow addicts … 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
George Clooney I blame you! You vibe transmitting good-looking man made coffee pods sexy. And coffee pods may be convenient, but they stand for avoidable waste - tons of waste - as Nespresso alone sold 72 billion pods so far. Pod machines are spreading all over the world. At home, in restaurants, hotels and in … Continue reading German city bans Single-Use Coffee Pods in Government Buildings
Something to keep in mind when you get your drink to-go 😉 Source: Kanu Hawaii empowers people to build more environmentally sustainable, compassionate, and resilient communities rooted in personal commitments to change.
There came a point when I ran out of clean clothes. So I had to make the super long 2 minutes walk to the Laundromat that I have pushed back for as long as I could. Which meant I had to buy a cleaner. Standing in front of this huuuuge selection of cleaners at the … Continue reading From a series of “It’s the small things that matter”