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As has been the case for many, the global pandemic brought me much pain and loss, and the opportunity to reflect on what I've been and will continue to do with my life. The loss of my mom led me to take a bit of a hiatus on my writing work, and focus on the only thing...

We Need a Fashion Revolution

Who made my clothes? What’s in my clothes? Who made my fabric? Three questions posed as part of international Fashion Revolution Week! A week dedicated to coming together “as a global community to create a better fashion industry.” Though only a week, Fashion...

Tips for Sustainable Apartment Living

Sustainable living looks different to everyone depending on aspects such as environment, what’s accessible (which can depend on aspects such as class, geography, and race), as well as lifestyle. And whilst sustainable living alone will not bring about the widespread...

We can’t protect our shared global climate until Black Lives Matter

Part of my work at transparenCI (my small boutique creative agency that specializes in environmental communications) is working with organisations like Fossil Free South Africa to provide community and content management services. With the help and feedback of Fossil...

A conversation – I think – all (privileged) people concerned about climate change should be having

I recently had a discussion with a colleague (we’ll call him Chris) who is also in the climate justice space. We were talking about the fact that some climate activists and communicators are worried and frustrated that, despite now moving out of the initial crisis...

We Need a Fashion Revolution

Who made my clothes? What’s in my clothes? Who made my fabric? Three questions posed as part of international Fashion Revolution Week! A week dedicated to coming together “as a global community to create a better fashion industry.” Though only a week, Fashion...

Environmentalism: Intersectional or Bust

What is the environmental movement unless it serves all people? Unless it acknowledges that ecologic, race and gender (etc.) politics are heavily intertwined?
It is on this basis that it is imperative to understand and act out environmentalism through the lens of intersectionality.

In the Media

Love in our Hearts Release Interview on Jacaranda FM Interview on Cape Talk Article on Jozi Gist Budding Musical Activist Releases Debut Single With Resounding Originality And Powerful Message   Beautiful News Feature - There is no planet B. This singer calls on the...

 

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