Conscious consumerism won’t stop climate change, but it can help us to improve our lives and also have a say in public debate.
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The Committee of the Regions, a European institution representing regional and local administrations, has issued an opinion with policy recommendations on mobility-related ecotourism.
The initiative, coordinated by Ecoserveis, aims to promote efficient management, from the point of view of environmental impact, of the sports clubs and events created by them.
The 5th June is World Environment Day, this year dedicated to the end of plastic usage under the hashtag #BeatPlasticPollution.
Made from renewable resources and seeds (inside), this innovative method proposes to fight against pollution in Frankfurt.
The Imagine All the People project is aiming a world living in peace without possessions, religions and countries to be achieved in 2222.
This organisation proposes a social change where poverty, debt, hunger, wan and environmental degradation are completely unacceptable.
“Live from the Air in the Sky” is a pioneering Catalan initiative developed by EOLPOP to build a wind turbine cooperative.
The European project Same World aims at getting youths aged 13 to 25 to denounce environmental injustice and to demand intergenerational justice, a concept stemming from environmental sustainability.
The expert on project management, crowdfunding and communications for NGO shares his thoughts about what to change for the World Environment Day.
Global movements around the world strive to educate the public about the consequences of single use plastic, highlighting its effects on our health, our environment and our oceans.