Germany has long been a leader in sustainable development, with many initiatives aimed at reducing its carbon footprint and protecting the environment. From promoting renewable energy to promoting green transportation and reducing waste, the country has taken significant steps toward a more sustainable future.
The Earth is getting warmer, and it's not just a feeling. The scientific evidence is clear: the average global temperature has been rising over the past century and the trend is expected to continue unless drastic measures are taken. This phenomenon, known as global warming, is caused by increasing levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, which trap heat and cause the planet's temperature to rise.
We have all received a gift at least once in our lives, which after the initial excitement landed in the closet and is still gathering dust. Therefore, it is understandable that every year we face the problem of how to give something special and useful to our loved ones. Ikea company may be the best place to do your holiday shopping this year. You will discover a new way of gifting that is friendly to the environment. And another tip: sustainable does not mean expensive at all...
If you have run out of washing powder for laundry, you can use ingredients from your home kitchen that will also wash laundry, and are also environmentally friendly.
We are almost in the most beautiful month of the year for many, Advent has begun, most of the cities are already decorated. Are you getting a shopping spree? Do you want to decorate your home with thousands of new things?
This traditional Japanese way of wrapping presents is completely environmentally friendly and does not require wrapping paper. "Furoshiki" means wrapping material in Japanese - and that's exactly what you need for the most special Christmas gifts.
Sustainable living is slowly but surely spreading into all areas of our lives. Durability is and. Sustainable fashion is a must. What about brands that worked sustainably and with care for the environment even before it was necessary and (too) necessary? There aren't many of them, but behind them are people who, out of their love for nature and passion for work, have followed it quite organically. The Royal Robbins brand, founded in 1968 by Liz and Royal Robbins, young climbers, adventurers and passionate travelers, is one such brand.
The war in Ukraine has sparked a race to ditch Russian gas, but much more renewable energy is needed to meet climate goals. The trend this year is favorable and if it were to continue, the transition to "green" will be accelerated.
Fjällräven, a Swedish outdoor clothing and equipment brand, presented its new collection at an event in the National Gallery in Ljubljana in October.
The "zero waste" concept is also moving from bathrooms and kitchens to wardrobes. Here you will find a guide on how to turn old clothes, bedding and fashion accessories into something new and practical.
If you are a fan of outdoor activities, the Soča Valley is definitely the corner of Slovenia and the Alps that you must visit. There you will experience adrenaline-pumping water adventures with kayaks and rafts on the Soča River, discovering the unspoiled beauty of the surrounding canyons, it is also home to various aerial feats, from ziplining to paragliding and panoramic skydiving, which attract visitors from all over the world at their own expense but so do hikers and bikers, as the nearby trails offer stunning views of streams, waterfalls and endless green forests.
Since its founding in 1968, the Royal Robbins leisurewear brand has been committed to respecting and protecting the environment. Royal Robbins is committed to making durable, quality and environmentally friendly clothing that allows consumers to have more adventures with less negative impact on the environment.