Breaking out of the monotony and predictability of conventional urban life is a dream to many. But fear and expectation connive to keep most people safely locked in. Turning the dream into reality can be hard and risky, but the potential reward is so great that I want to know, what's stopping you?
In the Greenpeace office this week we've been arguing over which recycling bin to toss our coffee cups into. While most people take their own mug to the cafe, there are a few people that forget, causing much consternation to the office zealots who find the cups strewn between the plastics, paper, and compost bin.
If you could see all the waste you produce, would it change the way you consume? This photographer is hoping so.
Australians produce a lot of waste. According to Clean Up Australia, the amount of waste that hits landfill in Australia every year is enough to cover the entire state of Victoria.
Between production, packaging, transport and cooking, the things we eat can have a massive impact on the earth. Luckily, they’re also some of the easiest habits to change. Here are the first steps to going on an environmentally-friendly diet.