Leela Orr explains her Indiegogo campaign to help publish the photography book A Glimpse into the Beauty of Fogo Island.
The environment needs you. There are many ways to reduce environmental damage, including making your home more eco-friendly and recycling household rubbish. Other strategies for a greener life are the subject of many posts here.
Each person is responsible for caring for this planet called Earth. When every individual does their part for the environment, then the world can be a cleaner one for the next generation.
If you’re not sure where to begin to help the cause, start by thinking about how you could drive less to reduce car pollution. Or, learn about ways to recycle around the office. Find a range of posts here to guide you on ways to make greener decisions, including this list of top eco-friendly beauty products.
While there is environmental damage in the world, that does not mean that we give up. Instead, we look at females who are helping the cause, ways to improve our own actions, and how to inspire others to do the same.
Nina Gualinga is from a small community in Ecuador called Sarayaku. She is an activist for the rights of Indigenous people, speaking up on platforms such as the Huffington Post about protecting the Indigenous cultural identity that contains traditions to use resources in sustainable ways. In particular, she focuses on Indigenous practices that encourage regrowth …
This post from Judith at the Among the Pots and Pans blog is perfect for the holiday season. Note how Judith points out how she uses the poinsettia plant to lift her up in spirit, and how she suggests offering compassionate gifts. Inspiring? Yes!