Why I don’t give a S#!” about Aleppo, and neither should you

The following post gives a quick breakdown of how the horrors in Aleppo are a symptom of a much bigger problem: Climate change. The post argues that even though every fiber of your body may want to fix the situation by attending marches or giving humanitarian aid, there is a better way. A more rational […]

Biodegradable glitter – For the sparkly environmentalist in you

Just in time for Christmas and New Years, biodegradable glitter is here! And the webshop opens tomorrow, so check out EcoSparkels! First of all, I am not getting paid to write this. I have been a glitter lover for almost as long as I’ve been an environmental blogger, so joining the two is a sparkly […]

Just the tip – How recycling and other low impact actions open big doors for important change

A few posts ago, I wrote about how I sometimes felt like a whore because of my work, but it seems only fair to share the good stories as well.   Today my body shivered with excitement, my mind raced, and my heart was pounding. I was getting that feeling that you get when you do something […]

You’re not paranoid if it’s actually happening – How a hand full of players are putting the world, and you, at risk

In the past few months, there have been 3 big stories, that will make your head spin. They are not all directly related to climate change, but they change the world in similar ways and are symptoms of a disease-ridden system that we need to change if we want a chance at stopping a global […]

Confession of an environmental planner – the 3 biggest lies of climate change

You’ve been lied to. We all have. I’ve been working with environmental management since 2007’ish. Almost a decade now. A lot has changed, thankfully. Though it might seem gloomy, we are making progress as a whole. Throughout the years, however, there are key subjects that keep resurfacing in my work with climate change communication. There […]