Think about the last article of clothing you bought. Are you committed to wearing that dress, shirt, or trousers at least 30 times? If the answer is no, then save your money and start saving the planet. Sustainable fashion is about bringing consciousness into the way clothes are manufactured and worn. This practice is Read more about Conscious Fashion: 8 Tips to Stay Stylish and Sustainable[…]
Earlier this week, we had the pleasure to meet with Daniel Hires for our People On The Grid podcast. With him we talked about his fascinating past, his past projects, what brought him to Barcelona and what he is doing now. He has a passion for green innovation and sustainability. […]
We’ve said it before, and we will say it again. 2017 is the year of technology, or so it seems. Technology is rapidly expanding and is found everywhere, in every sector. Today, we are looking into things happening around the world that have ultimately been a result of technological advancement and innovative mindsets. […]
In this week’s People On The Grid, we discuss food waste with Sofie Amalie Damkjær Østensgård from WeFood. WeFood is located in Denmark, and it is the first food surplus supermarket there. It was opened through an NGO Charity, that saw the high amounts of food waste in the country as a problem that could be fixed.
People waste an outrageous amount of food. Between farmers, manufacturers, grocery stores and consumers, more than 1.3 billion tonnes of consumable food were tossed away last year. That’s enough to build a mountain 3 kilometres wide and 2500 meters high.
Camille Duran, Executive Director of Green White Space, talks to us about The Green Exchange, a podcast that provides sustainability knowledge and inspiration to municipalities as well as other change agents. […]
Have you noticed that on the slides describing great things about Barcelona on the Aerobus TV screens, they mention sustainability? I definitely have. Barcelona claims to be a sustainable city, and it is the first city in the world to gain Biosphere accreditation as a sustainable tourist destination! Wow!