A 2022 Challenge: Five things to inspire a less-waste lifestyle

If you are looking for a meaningful fun challenge for your 2022, and if you are still perplexed with the complexity and grandeur of climate change, biodiversity loss and environmental degradations, this article is designed just for you 🙂

Our growing addiction to energy: what could be the remedy?

What does it mean "moderate energy consumption", when it is almost impossible to name one activity in our lives without the use of large-scale produced energy? We discuss humanity's addiction to energy, individual choices on energy consumption and new hobbies developed during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Beyond zero-waste restaurants: celebrate local yields

The catering and restaurant industry is a wasteful milieu. Yet, two hundred years ago, every restaurant was a zero-waste restaurant. We'll talk about zero-waste restaurants, locally sourced ingredients and products, natural sweeteners, heavily subsidized dairy products, and two wonderful experiences at two bistros in France.

Build our houses the way we build LEGOS?

What if we can build our houses the ways we build LEGOs, where nothing is wasted and can be reused for new structures almost infinitely? The same can be applied to other human-made objects? In this article, we'll also discuss circular building, Earthship architecture and e-waste.

To combat food waste: let’s take a look at our fridge

There is nothing dumber than the food waste problem that humans have created. To solve this, we can start looking at our frenemy - the fridge. What are better, less energy-demanding alternatives for food storage? We'll take a look at ancient storage techniques (ice house, Zeer pot, root cellar...) and food preservation (fermentation, fruit preserves...).