2017 is very important for me as it is the year of my transition toward realizing a zero waste life. One of my goals for year-end 2017 is to be able to reach a stage where I will no longer produce any waste that goes to landfill. For all my organic waste, I’ll be able … More Transitioning Toward Zero Waste Life
My family used to live in a very small village about 20 years ago. Our house was only 200 meters away from the river. I spent a fantastic childhood swimming and catching fish in it. You pick up a stone the size of your fist up of the riverbed with your hand in a very … More The River That Disappeared
According to the Brundtland Report, 1987, Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. To put it this way, my personal point of view as a citizen and a consumer is that the less we consume in our times, the less harm we … More Consumer less, consumer better and consume sustainably
What do you put inside your garbage bag? Preface: There is a garbage collection point right at the entrance of my university residence. I have noticed that almost eve ry time when the trucks came to collect the garbage, the crew would grab whichever bags and throw them onto the trucks without any activity of … More What do you put inside your garbage bag?
Somewhere last year during my Master Study, we were assigned a case study by our Professor, who is an expert in sustainable supply chain management, to evaluate companies in different industries in terms of their environmental performance. Some of my classmates decided to investigate manufacturing industries, others went for IT, transportation, energy and aviation industry, … More A Little Academic: A Comparative and Critical Study of Climate Driving Performance between JP Morgan Chase and Bank of America