After my last article came out seeming rash and unsubstantiated, I knew I needed to write another. As such, for two things I need to apologise. Firstly, that I built the article solely on my knowledge of recycling from personal research and research relating to my masters, so this time I shall go into more… Read More Recycling part 2: Not Good Enough
When looking at what happens once you put a product in the recycle bin, the road seems quite dire. First (and in my opinion worst) of all, it’s an admission that the thing you’re throwing away is useless to you from that day on. You don’t want it near you; you don’t even want it… Read More Recycling is Not Good
If you were about to cook meat for your meal, maybe it is better to postpone the viewing of this video. But probably it won’t have any effect on you, apart from the 2 seconds surprise and disgust reaction, so click play and sink into this 6-minute speechless clip. The video is directed by Ron… Read More Mass consumption for inhumane production.
There is an island where no one wants to live. Yet it is in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, not too far from beautiful Hawaii. And it’s really pure and wild, an atoll with bright colors that, given its geographical location, is just as good as Bora Bora or the Cook Islands. So why… Read More A Seventh Continent Called Pacific Trash Vortex