Why we need to protect our ocean...and why we need to do it now

For World Oceans Day 2020, the focus is on stimulating a global movement in order to generate support from world leaders to protect 30% of the world's ocean by 2030 - the campaign has been aptly named 30x30.  So, what's the relevance of 30%? It's been established that by safeguarding...

How can you be an integral part to a healthier future?

The theme for Earth Day 2020 is climate action.   And now, when our world has been thrown into chaos with Covid-19, is the time to make changes to the way we live - an enormous challenge that brings with it significant...

Something to contemplate during Earth Hour


As we navigate through a global lockdown with Covid-19 exploding into our lives, diaries are emptied of social & sporting engagements, kids activities are cancelled, school's are out and many businesses are shut down.  It's a challenging...

Make your 2020 New Year Resolution Count

Make your 2020 New Year Resolution Count

New Year Resolution #1...be sustainable in 2020!  

Living more sustainably is all about making small changes, becoming more aware of the choices you make, being open to being educated and improving the way you consume. Incorporating sustainable goals into your...

Climate Action for International Day of Peace 2019

Every year on 21 September, International Day of Peace is observed across the world. This is a day devoted to highlighting the importance of peace, amongst people and nations.

The United Nations adopted

Protecting the Amazon


Our global Rainforests are often referred to as the planet’s lungs.  Why? Because they breathe in CO2 and exhale oxygen, playing a major role in regulating the climate.  

The Amazon in South America is the world’s largest most...

Earth Day : Saving our Planet


Earth Day, celebrated on 22 April, brings attention to the need to solve climate change, to end plastic pollution and to protect endangered species.  

A Women's Role in Sustainable Development

International Women’s Day is celebrated every year on 08 March around the world, acknowledging women’s achievements, from political to social.  The first IWD occurred in 1911 and was adopted in 1975 by the United Nations, bringing...