Bamboo: Not Quite The Environmental Turn-On We Were Expecting

The Coronavirus pandemic has reshaped the holiday shopping season with fewer people hitting stores on Black Friday, electing instead to bag a bargain on the digital high-street. This morning, I treated myself to a new pair of trainers. After I had paid, an ad caught my eye for a ‘sustainable bamboo jersey t-shirt’. Now bambooContinue reading “Bamboo: Not Quite The Environmental Turn-On We Were Expecting”

India’s Push For Sustainable Palm Oil Imports From Indonesia and Malaysia Despite COVID-19.

The COVID-19 pandemic has been first and foremost a humanitarian crisis, with the fallout having a debilitating impact on the global economy, as activity slowed to a resounding halt back in March.  As we forecast our outlook on what a post-pandemic economy will look like, advancing a stable climate and prioritizing sustainable development may haveContinue reading “India’s Push For Sustainable Palm Oil Imports From Indonesia and Malaysia Despite COVID-19.”

2020: The Year of the Hand Sanitizer

In a recent guided meditation named “The Virus”, artists from Dear Climate explored the anthropomorphic characteristics of a virus, (“visible to you in your imagination as a green haze, shifting shapes like fog on a mountain top”), its goals and means to reach them. In a chilling whisper, “do not fear The Virus. Look atContinue reading “2020: The Year of the Hand Sanitizer”