I recently read "Utopia for realists and How we can get there" by Rutger Bregman. I read this book even if I am already a convinced person that the utopia he is describing is the future. Indeed, I do believe that our current economic model is changing for a more flexible and shorten workweek, a more … Lire la suite de Utopia for realists and how we can get there
We are already all aware of the tragic and sad situation of the pollution in the ocean. It seems such a huge problem that we can sometimes feel powerless in regards of what's happening.All kinds of media, even not in purpose, can make us feel powerless: "everything we do is never going to be enough or … Lire la suite de A plastic ocean
I have recently read "I am Malala, The Girl Who Stood Up for Education and Was Shot by the Taliban" of Malala YOUSAFZAI, with Christina Lamb. A young girl from Pakistan, who, with her father, fought for education. Her story is very inspiring. Through the pages, I immersed myself in a totally different culture, history, … Lire la suite de I am Malala
Since 2004 Oxford has been a fairtrade city thanks to the work of the Oxford Fairtrade coalition. Their idea is to promote the fairtrade philosophy all around the town. Oxford has successfully achieved the 5 goals defined by the Fairtrade Foundation (you can find the details of each goal here). Thanks to their work, the city council … Lire la suite de Fairtrade
Today, we celebrate Nature, but I truly think that we should celebrate and connect to it more often. We are part of it. Nature is so peaceful and full of love and life. Today, I did celebrate it by volunteering in a fairtrade shop. A shop where I feel good and relax because we sell … Lire la suite de We are nature!