5 hangout ideas for Father’s Day

Post in collaboartion with Duurzame Week Hopefully your father, grandfather or whoever is a father figure to you will be close this Father’s Day (I mean, respecting the 1,5m distance). But even if he is not, there are certainly sustainable and special ways to celebrate the love between you. Check out these low (or zero) […]

Make your renovation greener with used materials

Post in collaboration with Duurzame Week Ever spotted a construction residue container filled with materials in (very) good condition? Bathtubs, sink basins, cabinets, and even wood flooring are commonly found in containers around town. Simply throwing these materialsaway because they don’t match the current owner’s taste has always seemed illogical to me. Fortunately, in recent […]

Slow Fashion Season and the power of crowdacting

Post in collaboration with Duurzame Week If you haven’t heard about crowdacting yet, let’s fix it now: it’s a new solution to get people to act together, in order to make the world a better place. This week, I spoke to Ron van den Akker, co-founder of CollAction, the organization that started crowdacting. A new […]

How to support local businesses during quarantine

Post in collaboration with Duurzame Week Supporting local businesses plays a great role in the transition to a sustainable and circular economy. In the area of food production, for example, many local farms are small businesses that can continue to succeed as family owned enterprises thanks to the support of locals who value much more […]