This new must-watch documentary highlights the link between animal agriculture & environmental destruction, encouraging viewers to switch to a plant-based diet to help fight climate change.
Last week the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation banned coral damaging sunscreen in National Parks in Thailand helping to protect coral reefs and marine life.
Climate change is, rapid, intensifying, and in some places, irreversible.
The impact animal products have on the planet does not stop at food. Animal products used for fashion have a significant impact on our environment...
Researchers have shown how disposable face masks could be recycled to make roads, in a circular economy solution to pandemic-generated waste.
Pork is the most commonly consumed meat in Thailand, but many are unaware of the industry’s potential to cause another global pandemic.
Could these diamonds help reverse climate change? American fine jewellery company Aether has created the world’s first positive-impact, carbon negative diamonds that capture CO2 from the air and turn it into diamonds.
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We have specifically listed packaging that is at-home compostable and also meal-plan membership programs that provide re-usable containers.
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Food scientists from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) have made an antibacterial gel bandage using the discarded husks of durian.
If you want to cut out or minimise your seafood intake after watching Seaspiracy, here are 10 plant-based seafood options you can buy in Bangkok to help you save our oceans and our planet.
Volvo have announced their plans to only sell electric cars by 2030. Volvo have said they plan to phase out any car in its global portfolio with an internal combustion engine, including hybrids. To add to their sustainability goals, Volvo have also said that they plan on going leather-free.
The world’s largest tuna producer and one of the world’s largest producers of seafood, Thai Union, has announced their plans to release a tempura vegan shrimp product this year.
It is estimated that if food waste was a country, it would be the third highest emitter of greenhouse gases in the world (after the US and China).
Egat's floating solar farm has a capacity of 45 megawatts (45 million watts) and works in tandem with a hydropower generation system to create a unique, hybrid, renewable energy facility.
This high protein, lab-grown “algae-mite” has the ability to take the form of any food product, by replicating any taste and texture. Imagine tucking into what looks like a plate of cooked spinach, but tastes exactly like a greasy, cheesy pepperoni pizza!
Last month a new Facebook group was created that enables people to donate and repurpose recyclables and consumables to help reduce waste! You can donate your recycling or any unwanted goods for people to collect for free.
1. Eat Enough! Plant-based foods are much lower in calories so you have to eat a lot more to stay full. Say hello to bigger portion sizes to keep you satisfied and on the wagon!
2020 is going to be the year that everyone remembers. This year has changed the entire world in so many ways. All of this bad news has left many of us feeling hopeless and powerless. Here is our Covid-19 year in review that will leave you feeling empowered and hopeful for the future of our planet.
Eat Just, the company well known for their plant-based egg product, Just Egg, has had their animal-free, lab grown chicken approved for sale by Singapore’s Food Agency. This is the first country in the world to approve lab grown meat for sale.
We decided it was the right time to get to the route of the term ‘plant-based’. Excluding our opinion, we are going to delve into its historical meaning, the dictionary definitions and use popular consensus and expert opinions to come to a definitive conclusion!
“Not only is it good for the planet, but it's also designed to be super comfortable with the extra cushion recycled latex on the insoles. You can wear it all day long for any occasions!” - MaddyHopper
We need to talk about the word ‘plant-based’ and how it is used here in Asia. We have been wanting to broach this topic for a while, but our ‘plant-based’ experience at Starbucks here in Bangkok today, has forced this topic into the spotlight.
It’s not often that a corporate responsibility & sustainability report makes us (or anyone in the entire world) smile. But this one, did not only that, it also filled us with hope, showing us that big corporations around the world are really beginning to take our future seriously. Dole seems to be planting seeds of both banana trees and sustainability. They are dropping down roots for the future.
When the Coronavirus first hit our news screens, many people became reluctant to use their reusable containers, coffee cups and shopping bags, for fears of spreading the virus.