From laser labels to ‘plastic’ derived from sugar cane, three environmentally-friendly alternatives to plastic packaging 1. Natural branding ‘Laser labelling’, a plastic-free branding alternative, is being trialled on fresh produce. Image: Nature & More
Between the established circles of ‘old power’ and the thriving yet young dynamism of ‘new power’, it may seem society is caught in stalemate in enacting real change. But as Noa Gafni shows, the two are finding new ways of working together We’ve heard a lot about social movements in recent times, and, in […]
Johnny Jennings has been saving every penny and scrap of paper so he can help abused and abandoned children – and since he started his endeavor in 1985, he’s raised over $400,000. The 86-year-old earns money by collecting paper, cardboard, and cans for recycling. Over the course of the last 32 years, Jennings has saved 79,000 trees by reselling […]
What we tell ourselves directly affects how we think, feel and act. And how we think, feel and act directly impacts our health. Healing this mind-body connection is, in fact, at the forefront of what I do as a clinician in the field of addiction treatment.
Meaningful travel is about more than being a responsible tourist; there are mental health benefits too 1. Creativity New experiences add fresh colours to our ‘mental palette’ and spark the imagination. When caught up in the stresses of modern life, our thinking is more likely to stick to familiar patterns. When we loosen those chains […]
Today is Mardi Gras. French for “Fat Tuesday,” it is the celebration marking the last night before the ritual Catholic fasting of the Lenten season. In New Orleans, revelers wear masks and beads while dancing in parades, with music and eating and drinking in abundance. Its origins can be traced to medieval Europe, from Rome and […]