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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. 

 

Emma Lindström x agood - the coming together of two Swedish brands.

Emma Lindström, a Swedish artist who is beyond talented at creating fluid art pieces. She presents a true connection between herself and her artwork, she states her paintings are portraits of creative energy and show portrayals of life.

Climeworks and how they are reversing climate change

Céline Olesen from Climeworks talks about their mission and how they are reversing climate change. Climeworks was founded in 2009 with a mission to develop, build and operate direct air capture (DAC) technology. We had a chat with Céline, their Senior Manager in Corporate Partnerships, to talk a bit more about their mission and what you can do to join their community! 

Anuthida, Berlins most passionate soul

Anuthida, one of our German based ambassadors, lives in Berlin and has become an inspiration to her community. Anuthida's many talents include photography, content creation and acting, but the most important characteristic we discovered was her open hearted personality and perspective of life. 

Shooting star on the Stockholm artist sky – Alex Hahn

Meet the Swedish multi-talented artist behind some of our most popular mobile cases – Alex Hahn! Her designs are made with the vibrant cities of Sweden in mind. Read more about her thoughts on the future of individual climate action and her source of inspiration.

Tom Szaky is on a mission to recycle everything

A Good Community spoke to TerraCyle CEO, Tom Szaky, who believes that everything can and should be recycled. They tackle cigarette buds and ocean plastics head-on while being an inspiration to the rest of us!

Project Next Gen is tackling our plastic dependency through teaching!

These final year chemistry undergrads have taken it upon themselves to teach kids about plastic pollution AND the solution. Their online learning platform has already been deployed in a number of schools and we jumped at the opportunity to both learn and chat.

James Piper's complete guide to recycling like a pro

An enlightening interview with soon-to-be-published author and recycling guru, James Piper, about his new "The Rubbish Book" and we get some expert advice and insights into the world of recycling.

Simon Anholt on what makes countries good

The man behind the Good Country Index, international policy advisor and political scientist Simon Anholt, on what governments, and we as people, can do to be better global citizens and tackle the major challenges humanity faces today.

Outdoor photography tips w/ Kahli April

Being outdoors in nature is surely one of life's most underrated pleasures. For Canada-based photographer, Kahli April, it's something of an addiction. We tapped her up for some tips on how to take great outdoor shots and got some very, very nice photos.

Livia Solustri's Periodic Table of Veg

Science tells us that one of the best ways we can reduce your carbon footprints is to eat less meat, so that means more greens. But there's more to it than that. For some guidance, we spoke to veg-loving Italian, Livia Solustri, creator of the Periodic Table of Veg. We've never been more inspired to eat our (seasonal) greens.

Minnie Piccardo on the Power of Photography

A Good Community speaks to Minnie Piccardo, Creative Director of Australian photography startup, Urth. We discuss the power of photography to fight issues such as climate change, their heartwarming founder story, and get her advice for budding photographers.

A Year of Not Buying Anything w/ Elizabeth Chai

Elizabeth Chai is one of the coolest ladies we know. Not only does she have great taste and oodles of talent, she's also a conscious consumer and went a whole year without buying (almost) anything. There's more we could say, but just have a read!

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.

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.

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.

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.

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!

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."

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."

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.

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. 

Stefan Ytterborn

Our own Anders Ankarlid sits down with Stefan Ytterborn, CEO and Founder of Cake – one of the most sought-after brands within the electro-mobility industry globally. Icons like Pharell Williams, Kanye West and Apple's Jonathan Ive own these impressive motorbikes for the future.

Rosanna Cavalletto

Mega-inspiring green dentist Rosanna Cavalletto shares her thoughts on the future of dentistry (it's green!) and the importance of rethinking and reusing principles within the health field. 

Jeremy Burnich

A Good Community welcomes Jeremy Burnich, lawyer-turned-writer and sustainable design thinking aficionado. 

"Human beings have to be the single most successful species in the history of the earth. On a geological time scale, we have done more things faster than any other species. Most life forms have to evolve to do the things we do by just putting our minds to it."

Elizabeth Torres

Elizabeth Torres, translator and multimedia artist, spent the early years of her life in Bogota, amidst an unswerving storm of social conflicts. Bringing her experience into words in the form of poetry, Elizabeth became a national award winning author at the age of 8. Along with the attention and recognition however, came death threats forcing her to seek refuge in the United States. A Good Community meet with the multi-talent in Copenhagen, where she now resides. 

Stefan Dimov & Katrin Vangelova

A Good Community talks to Stefan Dimov & Katrin Vangelova, the creators behind Project Caritas, a youtube channel focused on reviewing various sustainable and environmentally friendly products as well as providing an honest opinion on products and organisations that work to tackle social challenges. 

Rowan Drury

A Good Community chats with the inspiring pioneer Rowan Drury who founded GRAM, Sweden's first packaging-free store focusing on zero waste.

"I heard about “zero waste” shops in Germany where everything is sold in bulk, and I went to visit one in Berlin (Original Unverpackt). From here, there was no turning back. Sweden was getting its first zero-waste food shop."

Mikael Ahrbom

As part of our new series on Urban design, award-winning Swedish architect Mikael Ahrbom tells us about how it all began: building with lego. Fast forward a couple of years, Mikael shares his insights on what architects are really like (fun!) and what his dream project is. Read more to find out!

A Tiny House: The Journey Towards Sustainable Living

A Good Community delves into the fascinating movement of Tiny Houses. Life partners Alejandra & Love could never find the summer cabin that had it all – water, electricity, accessibility to public transport and space-effectivity. So they decided to build their own from scratch – in the most affordable, waste-free and conscious way possible.

Matilda Söderlund

A Good Company welcomes world-class professional climber Matilda Söderlund as our new ambassador. 

"Climbing is closely connected to nature, so being an advocate for nature and climate is therefore an important aspect for me as a professional climber." 

Oscar Johansson

Oscar Johansson, mathematician, entrepreneur and one of the most progressive machine learning experts around. He is also famous for having pulled both his hamstrings in the same race as he won a national gold medal in the 4x100m relay.

Monika Poppy

Meet Monika Poppy who embodies the fact that style and sustainable consumption can indeed go hand in hand. The London-based sustainable influencer, public speaker and founder of ever-inspiring blog Sustainabilityiscool shares her thoughts on education and inspiration when it comes to driving the sustainability agenda forward. 

Jira Seow

Meet Jira Seow, enigmatic team member of Splash without the Trash, an Australian non-profit organization taking the helm on cleaning up our beaches. 

Hernan Lauber

Meet globalist chocolatier Hernan Lauber, founder of oodaalolly small batch chocolate, a sustainably sourced bean-to-bar chocolate brand. 

"My passions in life are learning new things, gaining new experiences, building and creating. When those 3 things merge into one, that’s my happy place."

 

Karlina Caune

World-famous supermodel and business-owner Karlina Caune shares her theories on how we can all influence the behaviour of the people around us for the better. She also reveals that if she was President of Utopia, she would implement an extensive tax on plastic!

Massimo Plaino

Meet Massimo Plaino, a university professor from Udine in Northern Italy. He thinks that young people today need to become even more involved in what will happen on a global level during the coming 20 years, specifically in terms of climate change. "We need to start with the youngest generation to guide them".

Tommy GĂ€rdh

Filmmaker Tommy GÀrdh talks about his passions; nature and photography. He also shares the experience of when he produced a documentary on sustainable development in cities around the world for WWF International. 

 

LĂ­ege Cogo

A conversation with Líege Cogo, a Brazilian-Italian passionate about the Amazon. Talking about the fires ravaging in the Amazon forest, she encourages the global community: "Climate change is something that we as humans have created and is also something that we as humans can also collectively improve. It may take a lot of years but we have to be positive and take action as an individual."

Niklas Berntzon

Inspiring and competitive, Niklas leads the way within real estate and together with Fredrik Eklund he founded the prestige agency ESNY. Niklas has both a global mindset and a very clear view on how we can tackle the challenge of climate change: "Education is the first step, but also encouraging people to do whatever they can to make the world a better place." 

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