The Pandemic Effect

As bush fires ripped through Australia earlier this year, slaughtered and live wild animals were on sale in Asia; while coral reefs around the world were bleached to death and atmospheric levels of greenhouse gases were at the highest levels ever recorded. Despite best efforts from Greta Thunberg, the opposing fight against climate change stillContinue reading “The Pandemic Effect”

From Worker to Wearer

For many years, Emma Watson has been walking the green carpet, shining a spotlight on highly fashionable and ethically conscious clothing. This exposure has rippled throughout social media, combating notions that sustainable clothes are unimaginative and full of vanilla-flavoured minimalism, whilst showcasing the importance of transparency and traceability within the fashion industry. Prompting the question:Continue reading “From Worker to Wearer”

The Kinks Were Right About Our Planet

Stories spiced with juicy and scabrous anecdotes are inherent to the debauched, carefree lifestyle of rock stars and I wonder if their charm would be the same otherwise. Throughout much of the 20th century, Rock ‘n’ Roll saw the rooster-haired vocalist Rod Stewart and his band The Faces, trash countless hotel rooms, Ozzy Osborne snortingContinue reading “The Kinks Were Right About Our Planet”