Popular in Living

26/05/21
Living

3 Perfectly sustainable dish cloths for around the house

26/05/21

It’s well-known that Hong Kong is not as good as they could be at being sustainable. If the world lived like Hong Kong, we would need nearly four Earths to sustain us all!  In 2019, 5.67 million tonnes of waste was generated, of which 29% was recycled and the rest went to landfills. Households can […]

22/05/21
Living

Surviving Hong Kong Summer with 8 Sustainable Switches

22/05/21

School break, icy treats, sunny adventures, breezy outfits… Summer is great in many aspects, but when hot days strike, things can get a bit intolerable. Check out these 8 simple sustainable switches to help you stay cool and green this summer.  1. USE A FAN INSTEAD Here’s an obvious one – don’t abuse your air […]

05/05/21
Living

Better latte than never – the sustainable coffee drinkers guide

05/05/21

The smell of coffee is often the best alarm clock. Many of us start our mornings with a cup of coffee. Essentially, life begins after coffee. Do you know that our coffee habits present us with the perfect opportunity to engage in responsible consumption even before we start our day? Consider the following tips to […]

04/05/21
Living

Introducing: Patrick Lee and Green Tomatoes

04/05/21

It never ceases to amaze me how powerful a well-told story can be. We are living in such a unique era – seeing the transition from print to digital and witnessing the power and influence of social media alongside the emergence of new forms of technology that have come to shape our mind and culture.  […]

30/04/21
Living

Fermenting for your gut and the planet

30/04/21

With kombucha and apple cider vinegar gaining popularity over the past few years in the health sphere, the spotlight has been shone on fermentation. However, fermented foods have been part of our diets for centuries, and were initially produced as a way to preserve foods, improve flavour and eliminate food toxins. Today, more people are […]

28/04/21
Living

Have you got Eco Fatigue? Maybe it’s time to take a chill pill

28/04/21

Have you ever looked at the plastic cutlery that came uninvited with your takeaway and felt a sense of guilt? Concerned that one day these plastics may make their way into the ocean and assault an innocent sea turtle after leaving your hands?  Have you ever placed your finger on a light switch as you […]

23/04/21
Living

Take a walk on the wild side

23/04/21

Originated in Japan, forest bathing is an outdoor activity where people embark on a slow, aimless, and therapeutic walk in the forest. As sleazy as it may sound, studies have shown forest bathing can be very beneficial to our health and mental wellbeing. British doctors are even considering prescribing it to their patients!  The Healing […]

Follow us
Subscribe to our newsletter!
Find your green!
Keep in touch!
Don't miss any content!