Here’s a roundup of some of the stories that have captured Life & Soul Magazine’s attention this week:
1. Emma Thompson On Why Climate Change Is A Feminist Issue – After 15 years as an ambassador for ActionAid, Oscar winner Emma Thompson, writing for Vogue, reflects on the many ways in which climate change disproportionately impacts women and children – and her environmental goals for the year ahead.
2. How to travel without destroying the planet – CNN looks at how people can travel mindfully.
3. Skateboarder Nicky Hayes passing on skills to Northern Territory’s potential future Olympians – After years of professional skateboarding, a youth worker in a remote Aboriginal community, Nicky Hayes, is turning his attention to coaching and encouraging children from Central Australia to dream of the Olympic stage, ABC News reports.
4. Rewilding: How Trees for Life are renewing the Highlands – Helped by volunteers, Trees for Life planted nearly 2m native trees on its Scottish projects. It wants to plant millions more, The Guardian reports.
5. A Maori woman’s journey to zero waste – Al Jazeera meets Miriama Kamo, a Maori woman from New Zealand, who has embarked on a very public journey towards zero waste.
6. Here’s how to have yourself a very merry sustainable Christmas – Marie Claire‘s top ideas and easy wins to pull off an eco-friendly festive holiday.
7. Carlsberg unveils ‘world’s first’ paper beer bottle – Danish beer giant Carlsberg has unveiled designs for what it claims is the world’s first paper beer bottle made with sustainable and recyclable wood fibres, according to The Drinks Business.
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Rosa Medea is Life & Soul Magazine’s Chief. She writes about lifestyles including sustainable and green living. She also offers content services to businesses and individuals at Rosamedea.com