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Op-Ed: Has Cultured Meat Already Been Cancelled For French School Lunches, Before Even Coming To Market?

4 Mins Read In an op-ed column for Le Monde, Nathalie Rolland, a specialist in cellular agriculture and co-founder of Agriculture Cellulaire France, denounces the adoption of an anti-ecological amendment by France’s National Assembly that was slipped into the Climate and Resilience Act at the last minute. Le Monde has granted permission for the original piece published on […]

Baby Shark Says ‘No Single-Use Plastic’ In New EcoDrive Collab With Pinkfong

2 Mins Read Hong Kong-based environmental nonprofit EcoDrive has teamed up with Pinkfong, the South Korean children’s entertainment brand most famous for its song “Baby Shark”, to release a new video featuring the iconic shark cartoon to raise awareness about plastic pollution. The learn-from-home campaign seeks to educate the younger generation about the impact that single-use plastics are […]

#GiftGreenGiftKind: 25 Eco + Cruelty-Free Christmas Gifts From Local Brands

12 Mins Read Forget 12 days of Christmas, we’re doing 25! Christmas is around the corner and now more than ever we need to vote with our dollar and #GiftGreenGiftKind from local, cruelty-free, plant-based and low waste businesses. It’s been a really tough year for most businesses and this season, we’re supporting smaller, community brands that don’t list […]

From Pregnancy Through Birth: The Green Queen Guide To Expecting In Hong Kong

6 Mins Read As Kermit the Frog will tell you, it’s not easy being green. Here’s our pick of the best brands and services in town for green-leaning families, enabling conscious parents to keep their eco-commitments on track. All The (Green) Gear Let’s take it from the… bottom. If you’re considering cloth diapering your little one, then Petit […]

6 Zero Waste Activities For Kids Stuck At Home

4 Mins Read Staying home with kids during the summer holidays can be really tough. You’ve probably tried dozens of activities during the first and second ‘Rona waves and now you’re scratching your head, especially if you are a conscious parent and don’t want any plastic craft clutter that will end up in the landfill. Don’t worry, Green […]

5 Reasons Why All Asian Cities Should Have A Toy Library

4 Mins Read A toy library is a place where parents and caretakers can take children to borrow educational toys, puzzles, games and materials. Children can visit to use these materials at the library, much like a playroom. The goal of a toy library is to support families and encourage family playtime, but the concept itself is one […]

Top Environmental Books To Read To Your Kids, Because Climate Change

4 Mins Read You might have heard about “The Greta Effect” that is causing a surge of popularity in environmental children’s books. It’s time to hop on the latest trend that will cultivate climate awareness in our next generation of world leaders. Running out of ideas on what to get your niece? Want to empower young people and […]

#GreenBiz: 4 New Circular Economy Businesses Started By Hong Kong Moms

2 Mins Read Ecoparties: Rentable Kids Party Supplies This is a serious win for the city! We finally have a solution for the myriad of kid’s birthday parties! Started by a mum and her two green-minded daughter (7-year-old eco warrior Lucia has serious Green Cred having spoken at multiple events around town about environmental issues), Ecoparties is a […]

Slowood Kennedy Town: Hong Kong’s New Organic Grocery & Zero Waste Lifestyle Mecca

4 Mins Read Upon the entrance at Slowood, if the giant six-and-a-half foot tall mushroom doesn’t catch your attention, the clean industrial, steel-framed windows inviting you inside will. Looking more like a Scandi minimalist showroom than the city’s newest sustainable grocery destination, the concept behind Slowood is as beautiful as the store itself. From bulk bins to refill […]