Making London a Circular City Part 2: Transforming our streets for the common good

Transforming our streets for the common good, while creating business opportunities, engaging communities and without forgetting people with disabilities! Transport & Mobility is becoming way more than a way to go from one place to another or deliver goods. With new disruptive markets only at the beginning of their journey like food deliveries, click andContinue reading “Making London a Circular City Part 2: Transforming our streets for the common good”

How Culture is Intertwined with Biodiversity and Why Indigenous Communities should take the lead with Reforestation

With our Global Climate Justice virtual event approaching this week, our member and next speaker Rituraj Phukan, gives an interview to our Media Partner, Quota.Media to explain how the hundreds of indigenous communities in India contribute to biodiversity conservation through their culture and their food but also how climate change is impacting them. Fascinating. “Our culture is intertwinedContinue reading “How Culture is Intertwined with Biodiversity and Why Indigenous Communities should take the lead with Reforestation”

The good and the bad at COP26 fringe events: my day to day experience

I know, you may have read a lot or even maybe too many articles about COP26 by now, but this one will cover exclusively my experience there as a newbie in the picture, startup founder, there to genuinely offer her help without asking for anything, who decided to head to Glasgow to offer her supportContinue reading “The good and the bad at COP26 fringe events: my day to day experience”

Guess who is going to COP26?

1- Behavior change, unity, and collaboration are crucial factors that can really accelerate our transformation. And it is NOT only professionals’ business. The general public, civil society must get involved, see behind the scenes to feel concerned, feel part of this mission and therefore take action. Unfortunately, climate action does not sound sexy. And so it isContinue reading “Guess who is going to COP26?”

Support The First Coffee Shop for Climate Action in Amsterdam

Attila Suba, Founder & CEO of The Green Revolution Foundation Hemp is a miracle material for all industries (aviation, energy, manufacturing, food, construction etc). It captures CO2, reduces our environmental impact and creates huge business opportunities. The average coffee shop in Amsterdam generates 6M euros of turnover a year. The global cannabidiol (CBD) market size was valued at USDContinue reading “Support The First Coffee Shop for Climate Action in Amsterdam”