A Quick History Of Global Climate Treaties…and their failures

By now, it has been instilled in you that if humans allow the climate to exceed a 2C temperature increase, we sign our death sentence. We’ve heard politicians, grassroots activists, and children plead with everyone from lobbyists to a regular shmuck to reduce their carbon footprint. We’re pleading for our lives. But, to what end? … Continue reading A Quick History Of Global Climate Treaties…and their failures

Interview with Alexandra and Lindsay Lorusso, Founders of Nudnik

When noting that textile production contributes more to climate change than international aviation and shipping combined the fashion choices we make for ourselves and our children matter. Lucky for us, green entrepreneurs like twin sisters Lindsay and Alex Lorusso have come up with 'Future-Proof' kidswear made from pre-consumer textile waste that would otherwise pollute the … Continue reading Interview with Alexandra and Lindsay Lorusso, Founders of Nudnik

Interview with Jess Davidson, Founder of Full Circle Clothing

When a green idea pops into your head do something about it. That is Jess Davidson's approach ad the reason she founded Full Circle Clothing, a subscription children’s clothing rental program, operating as a social enterprise focused on fashion sustainability–and on making sustainable consumption more accessible. Here is my interview with Jess who just launched … Continue reading Interview with Jess Davidson, Founder of Full Circle Clothing

Interview with the Woman behind Garden of Eden Reusables

By Cara Des Granges Maureen Brand is the one woman show who runs Garden of Eden, a small business specializing in handmade reusables namely period panties, incontinence underwear, nursing pads and more. She started her business inspired by the video of a 15 year old girl teaching her friends how to use cloth menstrual pads, she … Continue reading Interview with the Woman behind Garden of Eden Reusables

These Kids Are More Than Alright: Interview with The Climate Kids

Joseph and sister Fionnuala Ghadery-Samis, 11 and 9 years old respectively, want to save the world. The siblings who live in Kawartha Lakes, Ontario, are very interested in a wide range of environmental issues. With the assistance of their mother, Hollay Ghadery, the siblings share what they learn and their positive actions such as planting … Continue reading These Kids Are More Than Alright: Interview with The Climate Kids