Bravo!  There are sustainability-related celebrations happening everywhere – from the individual to the global conglomerate, community to government.  Here you will only find success on the battlefield, not doom and gloom.

Despite having our own bamboo satellite recording every conversation, year-end report and newsflash, we sometimes miss those heartwarming actions and events that are important to you. So please call in the celebration for us to post.

Global Policy / Canada to ban single-use plastic items by the end of 2021

Canada is working to achieve zero plastic-waste by 2030! As a step towards success, the country’s Environment and Climate Change…

Innovation / Algae facade system innovation

In 2013, the world’s first bio-reactive facade generating renewable energy from algal biomass and solar thermal heat was installed in…

Innovation / Fire-resistant coconut husks to save trees worldwide?

It is always saddening to hear about the number of trees being cut down every year. According to research published…

Global Policy / Hawaii’s sunscreen ban in effect

Since January 1st, 2021, the sale of sunscreen containing the coral-harming chemicals Oxybenzone and Octinoxate is banned in Hawaii –…

Plastic / EU Plastic Waste Ban

In 2019 and 2020, it made the news that many developed countries such as the US or the UK used…

Nature / Billions of Birds Saved

Pollution regulations designed to protect human health can also have beneficial effects for other species. As it turns out, the…

Energy / An End Date to Oil and Gas

In December 2020, Denmark brought an immediate end to new oil and gas exploration in the Danish North Sea. This…

Reforestation / Good Wood

A debit card made from wood will invest in tree planting when consumers use it for purchases

Global Policy / A Lot of Promise

Many countries are pledging climate- and nature-friendly Covid-19 recovery plans

Sustainable Diets / Carbon-Negative Beer

A trend-setting beer brand is using renewable energy and planting a forest and peatland

Sustainable Diets / Coronavirus Cutlery

Singer and circular economy specialist produce eco-friendly ‘cornonavirus cutlery’