Hello! Thanks for stopping by. We are all about low impact, knowledge and information.
We live busy lives, overwhelmed a lot of the time, and constantly running to keep up. If you’re like me, you sometimes pause and wonder if there is a better way to do things. A calmer life, a quieter lifestyle – and a more sustainable way of living. A life that’s, most importantly, more in harmony with the planet and all the other species that share this home with us.
We are gobbling up way too much, way too quickly, and not giving the planet enough chance to recover. We are polluting the rivers and oceans, razing entire forests, killing wildlife, exploiting vulnerable communities -– all for the pleasure of our latest clothes, gadgets, and cars.
It is very difficult to change, with our political and economic system set up the way it is, but we all need to do better. I hope this blog makes you pause and think, and perhaps opt for a slower, gentler way of living from now on.
This is a sustainable lifestyle blog that covers everything related to everyday eco-friendly living. Clean living, fair-trade practices, ethical consumerism, and other aspects of living an eco-conscious lifestyle. This blog also delves into topics about the environment, about wildlife, nature, and about climate change.
Grab a drink and settle in, and I hope you have a nice time looking around.
Founder, The Eco-Mindset
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Africa Sustainability Talks is a program that brings together strategic knowledge experts to discuss on a select topic in the sustainability space in regards to Africa. The network is tailored to enhance understanding of issues we face as an African continent and the solutions we can embrace. Providing firsthand information that most Africans can relate with is the key component of the program. We believe African Sustainability is unique. We believe the African continent is a vast house of intellectual resources that are untapped. We believe information is power and positive media is the key to breathing life on the continent.
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