For many years, media and advertising have associated shopping with well-being and happiness. Therefore, it has become very difficult to change these old deeply rooted habits. Even if consumerism is in some measure a necessity, we must be aware of the

Humans have been sharing food for a very long time. Food has been bringing people together as along as we can remember, and is an important symbol for almost all countries and cultures. The term gastrodiplomacy has emerged from this

We chose styles that represent the image we want to portray. We align with trends that are shaped by the people we admire. We wear labels that match our lifestyles and aspirations. Increasingly, the clothes we wear also tell a story

Time is of the essence: 3000 days left to transform our communities Our planet is on a collision course. There is no room for error. We put in place systems and structures to care for the earth and all life on

Jamie Crummie is the co-founder of TooGoodToGo, a startup tackling food waste around the world. The app allows users to buy left-over food from restaurants at a discounted price at the end of the day.  Founded in 2016, the start-up began

The holidays are a great opportunity to reconnect with family, unwind, and share in gratitude. However, it can also be a moment of overindulgence, excess, and consumerism. Looking for a change? We have the perfect sustainable gift for your favorite

How B Corp Fresh Prep is Using Simple Math to Create a More Sustainable Meal Kit This article is part of an editorial collaboration with BCorporation. The BCorp Series can be found here. The original publication can be found here. Planet over profit. It’s the

The global fashion business with its few and powerful brands dominating our aesthetics and wreaking havoc on our Mother Earth is under fire. Could it be that taking a cue from the local and slow food movement could offer a

With the advent of fast fashion and micro trend consumerism, low quality textiles have flooded the markets and subsequently our landfills and waterways. Petroleum based finishes, dyes and synthetic microfibers shed from our clothing and are distributed into the deepest depths

For about a year now, I have become more aware of the huge impact that one family can have on the world, in terms of waste and carbon emissions, and I have been determined to reduce mine as much as

At The Economist's 2019 Feeding the Future conference in London, Impakter interviews key figures in the battle for a more sustainable and just food system. Addressing one of the biggest challenges of the next century, businesses and public organisations came

Nothing less than food system transformation is required to address the scale and urgency of the health and sustainability challenges facing humanity. Thanks to recent landmark reports such as Food in the Anthropocene: the EAT-Lancet Commission on Healthy Diets from

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