Educating women and girls is ranked #6 out of 80 practical solutions to combating climate change by scientists and researchers at Project Drawdown. To quickly put the into perspective, that’s a higher ranking than rooftop solar panels (#10) and driving electric vehicles (#26). But if educating girls is one of the most cost-effective ways to fight rising temperatures, then why aren’t we talking more about it?
Reading news about solutions rather than problems is proven to be beneficial for your mental health. Here is this month's roundup of positive news for our planet.
Includes link to discussion questions for your next book club meeting.
Yesterday we had the pleasure of sitting down with Shark Biologist – Jasmin Graham – where we asked her, “what are some ways that we can help protect sharks from our home?”
Headline reading done right. We're back at it again, tracking down and sharing some positive news to help bring a little hope into your day.
After we have pledged to fight, we must not forget. We continue to stand in solidarity, demand justice, and fight systemic racism even after our muted time is up. Some... Read More
Hi guys, it's me...Magdalena, owner and designer of MAGDAKINEDESIGNS. In April, I met up (virtually) with a friend and former conservation coworker where we got to catch up on all... Read More
Your guide to finding sustainably grown and ethically produced flowers for Mom this Mother's Day.
Did you know that every time you wash synthetic fabrics tiny pieces of microfibers are released? These tiny microfibers are too small to be filtered at waste treatment plants and eventually end up in our waterways.
A quick read to help you see the brighter side of the COVID-19 situation and to celebrate the positive things currently happening in our oceans.