24-hour run for the forest with Patrick Scheel
When I saw Patrick Scheel on his social media profiles posting about his birthday plan to run for 24 hours on a track to collect donations with WWF for protecting forests, it blew my mind. 24 hours? Non-stop? And on the sunny midday of the last November day, he made it – not only completed…
Can business be sustainable? Interview with Ellen Pabst von Ohain
Since a few decades Ellen Pabst von Ohain, New Yorker based in Germany, has been doing business and consulting other small and medium enterprises on marketing, strategy, and sustainable communications as well as teaching sustainability classes to business students. So it is easy to guess that we talked about sustainability in private sector – how have the…
New Year, new steps towards sustainable living
This year, I decided to make a NY resolution. However, the resolution isn’t to start going to the gym, learn a new language or travel to ten new countries.
Rethinking the waste: ocean plastic for surfboards
I met Luise Wunner in the beginning of 2019 in the business school I used to work, where she was teaching a BA Entrepreneurship class. I was happy to meet a business lecturer who integrates sustainability in her professional life and even happier to hear the story of her and her partner’s startup in Australia…
One step at a time – Andrea’s personal path to sustainability
It all started in 2016 when I was living in London together with a flatmate who was already living in the way that I still strive to. She was always avoiding chemicals and plastics, using vegan cosmetics, and so on. Her whole house was organised in a sustainable way and it really inspired me. I…
An alternative festival by and for friends
Festivals are a great way to have fun. However, they come with a heavy price for the environment and sometimes even for those that attend them. Are there any alternatives out there?
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