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Shopping patterns have changed drastically since the world went into lockdown, but with restrictions easing, supporting independent businesses both online and in-store can make a huge difference to the green…
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One of the largest sources of plastic pollution may be under your feet: tyres. Round and round they go, powering the global economy. Can we challenge end-of-life tyres?
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Two decades ago I had a university friend who had been given the nickname Lettuce because he was vegan. I was fascinated by him and his ethical beliefs. He’d taken…
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I am the Director of Grampus Heritage and Training, a UK-based NGO who have offered European training in sustainability for 26 years. Sublime magazine have been formal partner for the…
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Though the world slowly curves towards a new normal, sustainability should be a priority. Through ensuring that their work creates real positive change, these four entrepreneurs never settle for ‘business…
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Covid-19 has taught us that unit-based money is profoundly disconnected from care, courage andkindness.
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When it comes to Columbus’s 1492 ship, the paintings of Vincent Van Gogh, and the pyramids of Giza, there’s a common thread: hemp.
Colonialism is often seen as a distant abstraction of the past — yet, colonial mentalities and practices continue to reign supreme in how fashion business operates today.
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