If you’re looking for some new skin care products that are here for your face and the planet, here are 10 eco-friendly skin care ingredients you can look for in your products.
Life stressors abound, from financial troubles to cranky kids, grumpy coworkers, flat tires, loneliness, chores, and everything in between. When you’re at your wit’s end, it can feel like the only option is to keep working hard to stay on top of a million different things. But as counterintuitive as it seems, a better antidote may be to stop what you’re doing and devote a few moments to feeling less stressed. Here’s how to calm down in just five minutes.Continue reading “10 Ways to Calm Down Fast [Visual]”
With so many skincare and beauty brands out there these days, it’s easy to choose brands and products that do not support animal testing. If enough people jump on the bandwagon, larger companies may feel the pressure to follow in their footsteps.Continue reading “Are your Beauty products truly Cruelty-Free? [Visual]”
A world without period poverty and stigma is possible. But to achieve our joint goal by 2030, we cannot wait for the Covid-19 pandemic to end. We need to step up action and investment in menstrual health and hygiene (MHH) NOW!
By 2030, it is possible to create a world where no woman or girl is held back because she menstruates, but only if we step up investment in menstrual health and hygiene now. That is the key message of this new infographic.Continue reading “2030: a world without Period Poverty and Stigma [Infographics]”
Many of us have grown accustomed to getting what we want, when we want, and the clothes we wear are no exception – the latest fashions are usually easily accessible and readily available in the developed world, for the right price.Continue reading “Fast Fashion: Drowning in Clothes [Video]”
We all have a role to play in achieving the 2050 Vision of living in harmony with nature. We’re part of nature, so we must be part of the solution for biodiversity loss and climate change.
Human activities are driving biodiversity loss and nature degradation, but we can act to turn things around. The post-2020 global biodiversity framework offers an opportunity to reset our relationship with nature. We need an all-of-society approach to address our interconnected environmental challenges.
Investing in a green recovery will benefit people and nature and reduce the risk of future pandemics. COVID-19 has shown that we need a One Health approach to secure the wellbeing of people and our shared planet. The post-2020 global biodiversity framework is part of the solution.
The COVID-19 pandemic has shown that the world needs to work together to resolve our common challenges. We all can be part of the solution.Continue reading “Biodiversity Day: We’re part of the Solution”