Well, we have to be honest here. Who created and organized our planet was also a great economist. If you think about nature, it is conceived to have no waste whatsoever. Every living and growing being eats and produces energy, becomes food for another creature, and eventually, dying it converts into part of the soil again. There is no landfill in nature, every living thing is interconnected and made with the specific purpose of being reused for a new scope. This particular pr
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Let’s consume less plastic and help our rivers to become healthier. Rivers deposit 2.75 million metric tonnes of plastic into the seas each year, with just ten rivers contributing up to 95% of the world’s total waste. Of the 2.75 million metric tonnes of plastic waste deposited into the ocean by rivers each year, 1.5 million, or 55%, flows out of the Yangtze (*) The longest river in Asia has become one of the world's most polluted, with tonnes of plastic waste threatening mar
Chinese New Year's holidays are approaching, and we are all excited to reach some tropical destination for some well-deserved rest. In 2019, traveling is no longer something that we really have to worry about: the market provides us with more gadgets and solutions than what we can even desire, making our trips more comfortable, easier and lighter. There is nothing we wouldn't do to make more room in our cabin baggage. But also our leisure comes to a cost for the environment.
Aihuishou (爱回收) is the largest electronics recycling company in China. Since its founding in 2011, it has grown to recycle 10 million second hand electronic devices in 2018. Today we are going to show you what they are all about and how to use their services. Aihuishou was born in a wave of recycling start-ups in 2011. At first, it had trouble gaining traction because people were not used to selling their used devices to a recycler. It then started building brick-and-mortar s
Sometimes, we arrive to a new city and we think everything is going to be the same. However, it happens that the city you arrive at is so different and foreign to you that you don't know where to start. Despite this, we still believe in reducing our waste … we are aware that living without generating waste is practically impossible, unless you are a Zero Waste Hero. A confession: it is so hard but we are doing our best… For those how want to recycle, we are sharing this well-
Do you want to raise more awareness amongst your peers? Do you want to have a positive impact around you? Do you want be a change-maker and inspire people around you? Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed by all the topics around sustainability? You don’t know where to start? Maybe we can help. We have been working with companies from 6 different industries in Shanghai. We’ve held over 100 workshops in 3 years and reached over 10,000s of people across China. We are a young and dy