Livia Van Heerde is a fair fashion and green lifestyle blogger and Instagram influencer from Austria living in London where she studies Environmental Science. She is our contributor on sustainable and ethical fashion and shares her insights in the slow fashion world on a regular basis with us.
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Changing your lifestyle to a more ethical and environmentally-friendly one is a journey that starts with informing yourself about the problem. And even when we integrated more sustainable practices into our lifestyle, there are always times where convenience gets in the way and we forget a little about our sustainability goals.
The True Cost Fashion has a dark side to it. Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret Veganuary is long over, but this documentary will give you the motivation you need to start another vegetarian or vegan challenge this month! Before the Flood Everyone seems to know about the words "climate change" nowadays, but a lot of people don't know the real impacts climate change has on the earth. A Plastic Ocean Reducing my plastic consumption has been my new year's resolution for years now.
More Than Honey "One-third of what we eat wouldn't exist without bees" — pollinators like bees are disappearing on a global level which has a huge environmental impact on our ecosystems. RiverBlue RiverBlue travels around the world to uncover the dirty secret behind how our clothes are made.
The age of mankind This documentary gives an insight into what Environmental scientists are all talking about: our new geological epoch, the Anthropocene. Surviving Progress The documentary from focuses on the global contemporary economic progress and the damage that it has caused. No impact man Forget your reality shows at least for a day and watch the "No Impact Man" and his family try out a sustainable lifestyle by ditching plastic, meat, cars and more for a year.
It is indisputable that our global industrialized system of factory livestock harvesting is unsustainable. We must embrace this reality and work collectively to create new sustainable systems to feed the 7 billion people that walk the Earth.
Because the point of no return is quickly upon us. When it comes to conservation and ecological responsibility, the dialog generally focuses on fossil fuels. A big issue, of course; and worthy of our attention.
As eye-opening as "Blackfish" and as inspiring as "An Inconvenient Truth". A new cut from executive producer Leonardo DiCaprio now exclusively streaming on. The science and research done on the true impacts of animal agriculture is always growing. The statistics used in the film were based on the best information we.
Imagine An Inconvenient Truth meets Blackfish and you get the picture. We truly are all connected on this small blue planet.
And as such, no discussion about individual health in the micro is complete without conversation about global health in the macro. I sincerely hope this conversation challenges you and gives you something to really ponder. And I encourage all of you to go out and see this film when it comes to a city near you.
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And finally, there was the scene of a pair of ducks graphically being butchered by a backyard farmer — a scene I had to fast-forward through. How can such a film influence viewers? I had lunch at a natural food market after watching Cowspiracy.
Almost everything on the menu contained chicken, bacon or cheese. I passed up the carrot hot dog and settled on the veggie melt.
It was delicious, though not as filling or affordable as a Big Mac. The biggest news about our planet delivered to you each day. Your Email. Contact Us. By Rory Arnold Earth.