We hear much about the healing systems of other nations, but the bush medicine practised by the original inhabitants of our own land is absolutely fascinating.
In WILD, we no longer talk about “climate change” because that is the language of persuasion and we are past that point. The climate crisis is real and we now talk about climate revival, the positive philosophies and actions that will help us all save the future. Here, we celebrate four of our favourite climate revivalists. These are not the only people we could have included here but they are however undeniably worth acknowledging for their vision, their dedication and their skill.
Have you ever considered the environmental impact of your period? We navigate the consequences of society’s obsession with disposable sanitary products and explore three reusable options that are kinder to the planet.
A new wave of start-ups is tackling the complex challenge of cleaning up our oceans by building systems of convenience and finding new uses for the plastic polluting our planet.
Could you go a whole year without buying any new clothes? Those joining the No New Clothes movement experience big benefits — both to the planet and their pockets. But wouldn’t it be boring? Surprisingly, their wardrobes have never been more fresh or more fly.
We speak to Maxine Shea who, along with her husband Mike, are the founders of Hemp Collective. Based in Byron Bay, their conscious and sustainable business does much more than just sell hemp hair, body and pet care products; is also contributes to the ongoing education of the misunderstood hemp plant.
We have adored Matt and Lentil from day-dot. We find out what the Grown & Gathered duo have been up to lately, which, thankfully for us wine lovers, includes crafting small-batch organic wine under their new label Minimum.
No more blindness, no more pardons. Look around. It’s time to get uncomfortable with what has really been going on — to our land, to our people, to our elders, to our ancestors. We must take care of our Country. We must learn to fall in love with our land. We must look to our First Nation peoples, listen well and learn.
Anxious about the future of the planet? Don’t worry, us too. A great deal of climate fear comes from being afraid of how you’ll be able to cope in the face of change or disaster. Here, we take an in-depth look at how to forge forward.
We put some of our favourite brands and products to the test to see how they stack up when it comes to sustainability and quality.