Israeli artist and activist Gil Mualem-Doron exhibits his artwork on attacks of Palestinian families. The aim is to expose the face of far-right Israeli terrorism. Growing up in Tel Aviv, Continue Reading
The lockdowns of 2020 left no industry unscathed. Bookshops were forced to close for two extended periods from 23 March until 15 June, and then again from 5 November until Continue Reading
In north-western Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH) hundreds of migrants and refugees are facing up to freezing temperatures without access to adequate shelter, medical assistance or running water. Many sleep in makeshift camps in the forest or abandoned buildings – including families with small children.
A look into the possible future of small-scale farming in Britain and around the world.
Londoners know that British tap water is rated among the best in the world in terms of quality, and it is safe to drink. Yet, some of them are hesitant Continue Reading
By Vineet Malik | London, England | January 13, 2021 Trouble seems to be constantly mounting for farmers demonstrating peaceful protest, challenging the constitutional validity and demanding to repeal the Continue Reading
“Can waste be beautiful?” – H&M latest collection, made from recycled waste, is the first step to improve the fashion industry
H&M new spring and summer collection marries the luxury of high fashion with the need for sustainability. Through a colourful and innovative way, they transformed food waste into a natural Continue Reading
A third national lockdown is currently in place in the United Kingdom, and homeless people are once again at risk. The “Everyone in” policy From March on homeless people were Continue Reading
Did you know that psychological therapy has a better effect than medication on patients that suffer from depression?
The World Health Organisation (WHO) and The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) recommend cognitive behavioural therapy to treat mild depression over pharmacological treatment because it has no Continue Reading
The long read: E-bikes are a fast-growing market, but will they have the same longevity as the traditional bike? I spoke to Philip Morley, global sales lead for Danish e-bike brand Biomega, to discuss the future of e-bikes.