The Voice Within and The Daily You present ForeWorld, a fair of spoken words, music, and gallery that aims to raise awareness of the environment.
Get out and good riddance, traditional disposables. These environmental hazards are now so ubiquitous establishments the world over are raising awareness one way or another. The popular solution nowadays is to provide incentives for using reusable things – but what if they themselves are environmental hazards? No fretting – there’s sustainable disposables!
Want to learn about climate change in a fun and social way? Look no further: Resilience: Survive and Thrive is a new board game developed with government funding that teaches about the consequences of development on the environment, and how we can prevent negative damage and foster positive, integral growth instead.
The Likhain by Jacinto & Lirio combines function, style, innovation, and responsibility into one, with its similar model of combining a planner, wallet, and mobile phone storage in one unit. If you’re a fan of organization, buy one today!
It may cost a little bit more, but you’re doing it for the environment and for the poor. Minka’s Toothbrush Movement is made from bamboo – a water-resistant, naturally anti-microbial material – that provides environmental sustainability. Plus, they support a Habitat for Humanity program aiming to provide sanitary supplies and training in communities that don’t have such yet.
This word is important for us for two reasons: one because of what we eat, and another because of how we grow. This week’s Word is “organic”.
An urgent call to save the world – for time is limited – doesn’t mean it’s all high stress levels, seriousness, and complete focus on world-saving. We’re also encouraged and reminded to have fun at the same time by this 2008 hit song by Madonna.
The long wait is over as the product Human Nature has been beseeched for for so long is now here. Introducing the Human Nature Natural Toothpaste: 99.76% natural, 100% no harmful chemicals, and 100% good for the earth!
Habi Footwear promotes responsible living through fashion that is both socially- and environmentally-aware – as well as proudly Pinoy-made. Scrap cloth is upcycled into simple but attractive designs by women from several communities in Quezon City, Philippines, thereby reducing solid waste as well as empowering the less empowered.
For today’s Product Feature, I build on a previous review written four years ago and, this time, focus on the Timberland Yellow Boot’s being a socially responsible choice notwithstanding its comfort and looks that I wrote about previously.