It's action time!

Man jumping into a blue water hole from a wooden pier in a tropical location.
Unsplash, Ethan Elisara

Let's buy back the Daintree Rainforest

50 % of all rain forests are already gone, let's protect the other half by buying back blocks of the Daintree Rainforest, returning it to be National Park land and handing it back to First Nation people to manage.


I aim to raise $1,000 through this fundraiser, which would save 400 square meters of rainforest. 


To achieve this I'm going HalfCut this August. Are you in?


You can also help by buying some gorgeous soulbottles as 50% of all profits will be donated to my fundraiser! 


Reducing emissions by:

  • flying and driving less --> riding your bike more, walking, car sharing and car pooling, public transport, local holidays
  • making your home electric and more energy efficient i.e. solar, renewable energy, insulating walls, floors and roofs
  • eating local and seasonal (Sustainable Table has a great guide on what is in season), only buying what you need, growing your own food, becoming a 'flexitarian' by eating mostly a plant-based diet 
  • mending your clothes, thrift, join clothes swaps, rent your clothes, favour organic and high quality clothing without plastic fibres when you have to buy new clothes or shop upcycled clothing through i.e. Upparel
  • avoiding single-use 
  • reusing and upcycling are better than recyling

Taking climate action by:

Schools & Kindergartens

Reducing carbon emissions by:

  • introducing 'nude' food
  • getting solar
  • switching off any devices & lights if not in use
  • replace gas devices with electric and more energy efficient devices
  • encouraging students to reduce waste, recycle properly and organising fun upcycling projects

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Be part of a new and ethical supply chain by joining:

Viele kleine Leute die in vielen kleinen Orten viele kleine Dinge tun, können das Gesicht der Welt verändern. Many small people who in many small places do many small things that can alter the face of the world. Text written in a bubble on Berlin Wall.
Unsplash, Mark Konig


Reduce emissions by:

  • investing in electric offices run on renewables
  • reducing travel by hosting more online events and meetings
  • creating incentives to use public transport
  • using resources than can be reused, recycled or composted
  • 'nude' food lunches
  • planting green spaces and urban gardens
  • recycle properly and check out TerraCycle or PlanetArk for resources and programs

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