Environmental Awareness Blog

A Guide to Zero Waste Living

A Guide to Zero Waste Living

Wastage is a huge problem in the 21st century and it comes in many forms from food, to packaging to energy. Find out more about Zero Waste living...
Recycling: Is it Enough?

Recycling: Is it Enough?

Recycling rates around the world are on the rise but is it really the solution we need? Read on to find out about the surprising impacts of...
Are We Facing a Global Water Crisis?

Are We Facing a Global Water Crisis?

New studies from the UN have predicted a steep increase in water shortages in the future,, leaving many people without access to clean drinking...
One-Third of all Fish Caught Never Gets Eaten

One-Third of all Fish Caught Never Gets Eaten

New findings by the UN show that food wastage from fishing is at an all-time high due to increasing demand. Click here to learn more about the...
Development Without Destruction: Costa Rica

Development Without Destruction: Costa Rica

Costa Rica is a developing nation and yet still frequently scores higher on targets such as sustainability than richer, western nations. Find out...
Vermicomposting and the Importance of the Tiger Worm

Vermicomposting and the Importance of the Tiger Worm

The humble worm, often overlooked in nature yet could it hold the key to reducing landfill and sustainable waste...
Women’s Illiteracy in India

Women’s Illiteracy in India

The gap between male and female literacy in India is almost 20%. Find out how education can help build a fairer...
Biomimicry: What We Can Learn from Nature

Biomimicry: What We Can Learn from Nature

Read about some examples of how nature is helping formulate innovative design to tackle the big issues in society...
Coral Reefs Under Attack: The Rise of Invasive Species

Coral Reefs Under Attack: The Rise of Invasive Species

New research finds rats are not just a pest terrestrially, but are also a cause of the decline in coral reefs in our oceans. Read on to find out...
Why we love trees and you should too

Why we love trees and you should too

Trees are one of the fundamental aspects of nature that makes our existence on Earth possible and yet we cut down 15 billion of them every year....
About The Zero Waste School Program

About The Zero Waste School Program

In Indonesia, every minute, astonishing six tons of plastic waste are making their way into the oceans, partly because environmental eduction in...
Connecting Kids to Nature During COVID-19

Connecting Kids to Nature During COVID-19

Are you locked down (or simply choosing to self-isolate) and looking for meaningful activities to do with your kids? With schools closing and...