” The thing is, this is not about convenience anymore. Convenience is part of what got us here. […]
Yes, refusing plastic, driving less, or writing to your political decision makers is not convenient – but killing our environment is not very convenient neither.
I trust that, if it’s not by love of the beautiful world we live in, we’re at least left with enough survival instinct to act. ”
Imagine a society where our actions are motivated by the Love of life, of the planet, of its inhabitants [including all of us humans] and not the stories of lack or separation?
Disclaimer: What follows is more-so a plea to go back to the habits of closing the circle more than a … More
This is NOT convenient. When we striked to raise awareness about the climate crisis and got shouted at by a … More
”Every object we bring in our life has a life before it reaches us, and a life after we take it out of our life. By not throwing away items and instead trying to give them a 2nd life, we reduce the amount of objects we send to the landfills, but we also save resources.”
In celebration of #PlasticFreeJuly challenge that recently ended, I wanted to share some tips and address to be Plastic-free in Mauritius. From what I’ve noticed, a lot of our waste is created in our kitchen…so let’s start there.
Plastic Free July 2019 wrap-up – Plastic Free in Mauritius [Part 1] COMMUNITY ACTIONS & RESILIENCE [with a throw-back to … More
To be present to all the small moments of life, to slow down and notice the way things are – in a way I think that’s why I felt the pull to grab my camera back again lately.
‘There will be more plastic than fish in the sea by 2050’ – Ellen MacArthur Foundation(*1) and the World Economic Forum, in their report ‘The New Plastics Economy’
Summary of a talk given on the 14th of December 2017, to the members of SAVE, with the support of Institute Bon Pasteur.
‘Their rare rawness contradict with this sort of moderation we’re so used to. As if we’re scared to feel anything too deeply.’