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    A Good Community is our carefully curated inspirational platform where we endeavour to motivate and encourage the members of our community, sharing stories of individual climate action – in both large and small scale. 

    Have you ever felt that all of the small every-day measures that you might be doing to fight the climate crisis just won't be enough? 

    We all have! But the system change we desperately need will only come about with individual action. 

    That's why we created a platform to inspire all of you to take that individual action. Every little thing matters, we can't all afford to drive electric vehicles and keep our houses powered by solar energy. If you have made concessions in your everyday life to make a difference, then that can surely inspire others to join in the fight. 

    Also; if you have quit your day-job to kick off an organic farm powered by renewable energy, then that definitely deserves our recognition – for the simple reason (besides you being awesome) that it can inspire others.

    This is what we're all about. Creating A Good Community – together. 

     

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    Dan Kurzrock "Food waste is a huge problem. One-third of all food that's grown in the world is wasted"

    We chatted to food entrepreneur and sunny Californian, Dan Kurzrock, about upcycling food waste for his company ReGrained. We also got some insights into California's impressive startup record.

    Green Resolutions

    2020 was a year like no other. It’s important to be gentle on yourself after such a testing time. Looking ahead to 2021, we wanted to share some New Year’s resolution ideas, contributed by us and our community members, for being kinder to yourself and the planet.

    Rewilding, a Not So Wild Idea

    Biodiverse wildernesses are crucial for supporting life on our planet. Rewilding is a relatively new concept that promotes letting nature take care of itself, however it's not without its controversies.

    Your Favourite News of 2020

    We did an analysis of our communities favourite news stories from over the last year and put them into one big editorial for you to peruse at your leisure. Turns out baby animals are a win!

    2020: A Review

    The sun is setting on 2020 so we present to you an overview of what's happened regarding climate, biodiversity, conservation and politics. There's a lot to be pleased about!

    Satish Kumar: "I am an environmental activist because I want to remind people that we rely on nature"

    Satish Kumar is an Indian-British environmental and peace activist 66 years in service. Now 84, he's still brimming with life and energy and we were captivated his #agoodcommunity interview regaling us with tales of his fascinating life and unique worldview.

    James Watt interview

    Our CEO, Anders Ankarlid, chats to James Watt, Co-founder and CEO of our favourite sustainable craft beer brewery, BrewDog. They talk about BrewDog's famous journey from a garage in Scotland, how they've weathered the last year, and what motivated their recent drive to go green. Beer is also discussed.

    Brands That Take Stands

    2020 has been a tough year. The world has been ignited, both literally, with fires raging in Australia and California, and figuratively with the Black Lives Matter Movement. We're at a crucial juncture in history and it's time for everyone, including brands, to take a stand.

    Rens Bekkers: "In the plant-based world, people tend to like something that triggers a bit extra"

    A Good Community sits down with Rens Bekkers, CEO of vegan delivery-only restaurant, Bright Kitchen. We discuss burgers, the difficulty of selling the benefits of plant-based food to meat lovers, the difficulty of getting rid of plastic, and whether the Netherlands's reputation for sustainability holds true.

    Dr Diana Ivanova: "We should not limit ourselves in terms of how we change the world we live in"

    A Good Community chats to Dr Diana Ivanova, author of some leading research into the most effective ways we can lower our carbon footprints. We talk chocolate, how we can best take action and stay positive in the face of crisis, and why we should all work a four day week.

    The Politics of Climate Change

    In light of the recent US election, we explore the crucial role that elected officials at levels have to play in combatting the climate crisis with some feel-good examples.

    Making the Ultimate Compost with Catherine Cutler

    As many of our products can be composted in the back garden (or kitchen) after use, we though it high time we get involved. But, we're not experts, so we got some advice from Catherine Cutler, master gardener and Head of Horticulture at the Eden Project.

    An Introduction to Mindfulness with Oneika Mays

    Looking after our mental health is important, particularly now. We talked to mindfulness teacher and all round super-lady, Oneika Mays, to discuss how we can use mindfulness in our daily lives to manage stress and improve focus.

    COVID-19 Charity Art Auction

    We’ve teamed up with our friends at Project Caritas to raise money for the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund. Four fantastic artists have each created three unique pieces of art using our mobile cases. Make a bid to own one of these exclusive pieces and raise money for a good cause!

    Review: Attenborough's 'A Life On Our Planet'

    At 94 David Attenborough is showing no sign of slowing down. His latest programme, 'A Life On Our Planet', is his call to arms for everyone to help save what's left of the planet for future generations. It's important filmmaking and a hard watch at times. We break it down including the key facts and takeaways.

    Top 10 Ways to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

    The results are in! We present some latest research into the most effective ways we as individuals can reduce our carbon footprints; covering transport, energy, housing and consumption.

    How Will We Move Around in a Zero-emissions World?

    Greening how we (and goods) travel is essential to tackling climate change as transportation accounts for 16% of our total emissions. Running a car, for example, is one of the most environmentally damaging things we can do. So what does the future likely hold for transport? 

    Will Technology Save Us?

    Technology has made the world a smaller, faster and, for many, a more prosperous place. But as civilisation has advanced, our greenhouse gas emissions have increased dramatically and we're facing catastrophe. Will technology bail us out?

    The Rise of Renewables

    We were so excited by recent developments and milestones in renewable energy that we decided to write an editorial about it. There's still a lot left to do, but it feels like we've reached a real tipping point. We explore how it's happened, who are the 'leading lights' and what's left to do.

    Freddie Meadows: “I’m an optimist, I see that we have the capability and chances to change things around”

    A Good Community sits down Freddie Meadows, a Swedish-made pro surfer and Greenpeace ambassador to chat surfing, the environment, and pushing through tough times for something you love.

    The Role of Art in Environmentalism

    Van Gogh's Sunflowers, Monet's Water Lillies, Finding Nemo. Artists have long been inspired by the natural world. In this editorial, we explore the role of art in society and its contribution to the environmental movement.

    The UN Environment Programme explained

    The United Nations Environment Programme is a key organisation driving our transition to a more sustainable future. We take a look at the crucial role it plays uniting scientists with policymakers and the wider public, as well as some of the interesting projects it's involved in.

    Sustainable Fashion Q&A with Anders Ankarlid

    A Good Community holds a Q&A with our own CEO (easier said than done), Anders Ankarlid, to discuss the idea and processes behind A Truly Circular Fashion Line. Questions are a combination of us and some frequently asked questions from you guys too.

    Jens Helmersson: “A lot of people who work in factories still don’t know their basic rights”

    A Good Community sits down with Jens Helmersson, founder and CEO of Quizrr, a digital training platform designed to empower factory workers by giving them a clear idea of their rights and responsibilities.

    The Uncertain Future of Water

    Water is high up on the list of fundamental resources we need to live. Unfortunately, due to climate change and other human activities, this precious commodity—that many of us take for granted—is becoming increasingly scarce. 

    The B Corp Movement

    We’re seeing B Corps pop up all over the world now, and we went through it not too long ago, so we thought we’d give you a quick walkthrough.

    In a world divided between organisations who genuinely want to strive toward sustainability, those who pay it lip service, and those who bizarrely don’t think it’s important, B Corp Certification is a way of ensuring a level of commitment to sustainable practices that benefit businesses, their employees, customers and, of course, the planet.

    Join us to find more about why B Corps are flourishing around the world!

    Johan Bredwad

    In this week’s interview we were excited to explore the world of sustainable eating together with award-winning sustainable chef, Johan Bredwad. Johan is a chef at a Swedish kindergarten where kids are being taught to grow their own food and how to eat sustainably— a total of 97% of the food they eat is organic!

    With many years' working as a chef in restaurants behind him, Johan now devotes all his time to the project that excites him the most: teaching kids from a very young age to respect and understand foods and their origin. We don't mind tagging along with the kids!

    The Healing Powers of Nature

    Did you know that nature can cure? This week we look at the numerous health benefits of nature and how different cultures around the world use nature as a healer.

    There are good reasons behind why we get this urge to connect with nature. Nature is wonderful for our physical and mental wellbeing, and it’s free! The more we preserve, the better it will be for us. Hopefully this article will kindle your desire to get out there and explore it some more!

    Martin NihlgÄrd

    In this candid interview with Martin NihlgÄrd, the Secretary General of IM Swedish Development partner, we explore what it is like to be at the front of a development agency and we deep dive into his thoughts on social inclusion and the story behind IM:s Humanium Metal.

    "On the democratic front, we work with strengthening the civil society, supporting organisations to give a voice for those who don’t have one."

    Why We Need Green Deals

    Green deals are getting a lot of media attention currently and they’re sprouting up like mushrooms: New Green Deal in the US, European Green Deal, Green New Deal UK, and we’re super excited about the potential here.

    These deals have the potential to rapidly accelerate our fight against climate change and address social inequality as well. Game-changing reforms are just a few pen strokes away.

    Join us as we unpack what green deals are and take a look at some of the ideas being put forward. 

    The Power of our Oceans

    Our oceans play a vital role in supporting life on Earth and are powerful allies in the fight against climate change, yet they remain mostly unexplored. 

    Whilst rainforests such as the Amazon are often in focus as being keystone ecosystems, removing carbon and pumping out oxygen, between 50-80% of the Earth’s oxygen is produced by marine plants and bacteria. Without them, we’re in trouble. 

    Join us as we deep-dive into learning more about The Great Unknown. 

    Better Universal Grub (BUG)

    Better Universal Grub (BUG for short) is a London based food startup who love incorporating a certain ingredient into their recipes. Yeah you guessed it: insects! Co-founders Leo and Aaron launched BUG earlier this year and with the help of a top chef, they provide recipes and recipe kits with the aim of encouraging people to experiment with using insects in their cooking. We asked them about what inspired them to start BUG, and how insects are a highly nutritious and tasty ingredient with great environmental credentials too.

    "Edible insects are a flagship ‘good for you, good for the planet’ type of food."

    Why Inclusivity & Sustainability Go Hand In Hand

    In light of events happening in the world right now—Black Lives Matter, Pride Month—we wanted to further explore what social sustainability is in relation to inclusivity, and why both are important in our fight against climate change and environmental degradation.

    Amazing Animals We Need to Save From Extinction

    Our Earth is home to a fantastic array of wildlife. The destruction of nature and loss of biodiversity is not only tragic but also threatens the continued survival of our own species. It’s estimated that since 1970 60% of wild animal populations have been wiped out as a result of our actions. However, it’s not too late to make changes and help prevent the extinction of our animal friends!

    Embracing minimalism

    A mid-20th Century artistic movement has inspired design and architecture and is also a lifestyle choice adopted by many. The concept of minimalism can be traced right back through to Catholic nuns and Buddhist monks, taking on a variety of forms across different periods and cultures.

    Finsta

    We're delighted to be able to share with you our #agoodcommunity interview with Swedish artist, and our long time friend and collaborator, Finsta. We paid a visit to his studio in Stockholm to catch up with him and discuss his favourite projects, how it can be just as rewarding working with children as big brands, his approach to new pieces, and how he overcomes creative blocks (nature involved).

    Wear Orange to fight for a future free from gun-violence

    The Wear Orange Campaign was launched in 2015 in the US following the shooting of Hadiya Pendleton. Hadiya was just 15 when she was shot on the street whilst chatting with friends. Her grieving friends and family wore orange to raise awareness about gun violence and honour those whose lives have been taken. Today, the Wear Orange Campaign supports communities working locally at the intersection of racial justice and gun-violence prevention. 

    The UN Sustainable Development Goals: How Business Can Serve Society

    In 2015, the United Nations developed a shared blueprint for creating peace and prosperity for both people and the planet. This took the form of 17 interconnected sustainable development goals, to be implemented over the following 15 years. The overall aim is to build a better world for people whilst still caring for the environment.

    Cleaning Up The Future

    Ever wondered how your cleaning routine impacts the environment? Turns out some ways are a lot cleaner than others (pun intended). We've taken a closer look at some of the new technologies and innovations available right now. If you’re a sustainability and clean freak like we are, this is the article for you.

    A Good Humanium Metal Pen Project

    Every day around the globe people of all ages are injured and killed by illegal firearms. As well as the awful loss of human life, armed violence costs billions of dollars a year and is particularly harmful in developing countries. We’re partnering with Humanium Metal to help stop the spread of these illegal firearms and transform them into commodities for peace.

    Eating Our Way to a Greener Future

    Let’s face it, food is awesome. We all have our favourites and we have likely accumulated some of them over a long period of time. As we learn more about sustainable practices and ways to reduce carbon footprint, we thought we'd delve into the world of sustainable eating and send you on your way with some useful tips.

    The new age of digital activism

    Activism is all about highlighting important messages, engaging as may people as possible and getting results by conveying to the people in charge that enough is enough. So how do we do that from our couch? The new age of activism is here to stay and it's not a second too late. 

    Carbon Neutrality 101

    We all dream of a world where humanity lives harmoniously with nature. Our air and oceans are clean, our forests lush and full of life, and fruit trifle will be calorie free. If we’re going to achieve this paradise, we’re going to have to make the switch and become carbon neutral. In this piece we shed some much needed light on what it means and ways of achieving it.

    Katerina Chantzi

    A Good Community meets with Katerina Chantzi, a passionate globalist who shares her views on consumption and how technology is our portal to engaging even more in our community.

    David "D-Flex" Seisay

    A Good Community meets with enthusiastic vegetarian, artist, songwriter, personal trainer and author  David "D-Flex" Seisay, interviewed by Anders Ankarlid at David's own gym in Stockholm. Watch the video and be inspired to stay healthy and do what you can for our planet!

    Kickstarter Campaign for New Circular Mobile Cases

    There is no question that the first completely climate-positive mobile cases in the world, launched earlier this year, have been hugely popular. Created initially for iPhone models, the cases are made from 100% plant material using no plastic whatsoever. We're now launching a Kickstarter campaign to support the development of cases for 6 new phones, following a resounding request from our community.

    Fortune 500 severely understate the urgency of climate change

    We shed some much needed light on one of the most important topics of our time. We found that only 6.07% of all strategic goals among Fortune 500 companies are connected to the climate or the environment.

    Moritz Staudte

    A Good Community meets the passionate Moritz Staudte, photographer, videographer and director – all in all an inspiring audiovisual artist living in Venice, California. Moritz shares his view on consumerism, individual climate action and the importance of reaching the right audience with the right message.

    A Good Foundation

    Earlier this year, we decided to launch our new platform for contributing to sustainability efforts in communities across the globe; A Good Foundation. In its early phases still, we share our first project – The Circular Children's Book – and the story behind this exciting new venture.

    Gittemarie Johansen

    Instagram-powerhouse, green activist, writer and public speaker, Gittemarie Johansen shares her thoughts on consumerism and how she's managed to not buy anything brand new in 4 years.