Making Jeans Is Bad for the Planet, This Factory Could Change That

Making Jeans Is Bad for the Planet, This Factory Could Change That

Sanjeev Bahl makes clothing, and money, without poisoning the environment. He wants the rest of the global garment industry to follow his lead.

33 Amazingly GOOD News Stories In 2018

33 Amazingly GOOD News Stories In 2018

My husband sent me this article - 99 Good News Stories You Probably Didn’t Hear About in 2018 - and as I was scrolling down the page I honestly started crying. My heart got filled with so much love and hope and out of pure happiness tears began to stream down my face. This is what we need people, this is what we need!

Because positive change IS possible and so many incredible things are already happening in our world today and it’s up to us to seek out those positive news and stay motivated and inspired. We need to know about the good so we can manifest more good. And we need to hear about those news so that we will feel even more empowered in our every day choices and when selecting the officials for our offices all around the world. Politics will change the world. People will change the world. Spirits will change the world. Together we can do this!

If you want to see all the 99 good news in 2018, collected by Medium, you can click through to that article here. I’ve also compiled my list of the 33 favorites they presented!

2018 - What an Amazing, Positive Year!

2018 - What an Amazing, Positive Year!

Guys, we’re about to wrap up yet another year and I wanted to take this opportunity to highlight some of the most positive facts and news I’ve come across these past twelve months. It’s important to reflect on all the progressive work being done in this world and choose to see the good over the bad, because only then can we fuel ourselves with the positivity and ambition we need to move our world forward!

So, before we ring in a change making, ground breaking, bootey shaking 2019, let’s look back at what this year had to offer us stubborn climate optimists!

Reverse Engineering Reveals Pine Tree’s Chemical Production

Reverse Engineering Reveals Pine Tree’s Chemical Production

Washington State University researchers have reverse engineered the way a pine tree produces a resin, which could serve as an environmentally friendly alternative to a range of fossil‑fuel based products worth billions of dollars.

Is Fashion’s Eco-Consciousness More Than a Label Yet?

Is Fashion’s Eco-Consciousness More Than a Label Yet?

For years now, we’ve watched the old guard of the packaged-food industry get pummeled as consumers look to fill their grocery carts with trendier items bearing feel-good labels such as “natural” or “sustainably sourced.”

The beauty business, too, has had to adapt to this changing ethos; hence the proliferation of skincare products billed “eco-conscious” or “organic.”

So we can’t help but wonder: Is the apparel industry next?