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6 SELFISH REASONS YOU SHOULD CARE ABOUT THE RAINFOREST AND 10 EASY WAYS TO PROTECT IT

September 20, 2018
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 “An organism that is too greedy and takes too much without giving 
anything in return destroys what it needs for life”. 
 Peter Wohlleben

It is no secret that forest destruction sits high on the human pyramid of vacuous venality, especially when it comes to rainforests. Forests are falling at an alarming rate, according to the Rainforest Alliance, each minute, 85 acres are destroyed completely. Below are only a few of many reasons why this should worry us deeply, as well as 10 simple switches we can all make to protect it.

6 SELFISH REASONS YOU SHOULD CARE ABOUT DEFORESTATION

“Trees are the ultimate creation in terms of design; they make oxygen, sequester carbon, fix nitrogen, distill water, provide habitat for hundreds of species, accrue solar energy’s fuels, makes complex sugars and food, change colours with the season, create microclimates, and self-replicate”. 

ONE. We Breath Air
Trees create oxygen, which we humans rely on to breath. Without oxygen, we would suffocate and die ... 'tis just a physiological fact of how our bodies work. Currently, as much as 20 percent of the planet’s oxygen is produced by the Amazon rainforest. To give you some perspective on how important each tree is, an acre of trees (from the rainforest or a regular forest) can generate enough oxygen daily for 18 people to breath.

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An acre of trees can also store 2.6 tons of carbon (pollution) annually, trees remove gaseous pollutants from the air such as sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, and carbon monoxide, while also intercepting particle matter and preventing it from being airborne. In the U.S.A, trees avert $6.8 billion per year in health costs, removing massive amounts of air pollution through their leaves. In 2010 alone, trees saved 850 human lives and prevented 670,000 cases of acute respiratory disorders in Americans.

The U.S.A represents only 4.4 percent of the world's population. Multiply those results by the entire population of the world and these metrics prove trees deserve a standing ovation, not genocidal decimation. 

TWO. We Need Water
Rainforests are critical in maintaining the Earth’s limited supply fresh water. Human beings need at least two liters of fresh water a day to survive, and multiple liters in addition, to cook and clean for ourselves.

Moisture generated through the process of transpiration travels around the world. When forests are cut down, less moisture goes into the atmosphere and rainfall declines, leading to drought. This doesn’t just affect areas local to the rainforest, moisture generated by rainforests in the Amazon can end up falling as rain in places as far away as Texas. It’s not just the ‘others’ who suffer from our irresponsibility, we all suffer together. The forests are also an integral part of the agricultural output around the world, without fresh water, we’ll dry up our food supplies as well.
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THREE. Trees Are Our One Of Our Best Defenses Against Climate Change
Sequestering carbon is one of the thousands of ways trees protect the environment. Humans pump 40 billion tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere yearly, blindly burning fossil fuels, coal, oil, and natural gas at a rate so fierce we’ve already surpassed the ‘tipping point’, trailing darkness over our future. 

We are destroying rainforests (and forests) at such a speed, that in 100 years, there may be none left at all. About 12% of all man-made climate emissions now come from deforestation in tropical areas. Without the help of the world’s forests, the layers of destruction caused by the imbalance we create will only increase in severity and pick up pace. Setting into motion a post-apocalyptic state in which 30% of animals will be at risk of extinction, oceans will acidify, wildfires will get bigger, droughts more severe, and entire countries could disappear due to sea level rise.

FOUR. We Need A Functioning Biosphere
Trees and forests provide habitat to the majority of species and animals on the planet, and of those forests, rainforests are amongst the most biodiverse habitats in the world. According to Peter Mohlleben’s book, The Hidden Life of Trees, “there are more life forms in a handful of forest soil than there are people on the planet”.

Rainforests are home to 30 million species of plants and animals, that’s half of the Earth’s wildlife and at least two-thirds of its plant species. They provide essential food and shelter for pollinators and wildlife which in turn provide us with the majority of our food sources and medicines.
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FIVE. Trees Prevent Soil Erosion
When deforestation occurs, the loss of trees, which anchor the soil to the earth with their roots, cause widespread erosion. This reduces crop yields, causing farmers to import foreign fertilizers and in turn, encourages additional deforestation.  After a heavy rain, run-off from loose soil ends up in our waterways, causing floods, shoals, and sandbars, smothering fish eggs, and causing regional decline in coral reef health. It also damages infrastructure, fisheries, and property. 

Erosion costs tens of billions of dollars worldwide each year. Without topsoil, we cannot grow food, and without food, we starve. According to the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation, the world has just 60 more years of topsoil, and thus only 60 more years of crop growth as well. Even in areas where tropical downpours don’t occur - but deforestation has - we’re so quickly stripping soil from the land that Farmers Weekly reported, we “only (have) 100 harvests left”.

SIX. Rainforests Provide The Base Ingredients To All Our Medicine
Scientists believe that less than half of 1% of flowering plant species have been studied in detail for their medicinal potential. There are 3,000 plants currently recognized by the U.S. National Cancer Institute to be active against cancer cells, and 70% of these come from the rainforests. We are destroying this untapped pharmacy at a rate of 1.5 acres per second, paying no mind to the possibilities it so freely offers us. Due to rainforest destruction, the Earth loses approximately 137 species of plants, animals, and insects per day.

FOLLOW THE FROG TO DO YOUR PART IN PROTECTING THE RAINFOREST

Put simply, decimating our rainforests for greed and gluttony is self-destructive. You can help reduce the impact you personally cause by halting your support of companies which fund its destruction.

These are just a few examples of items we all purchase and use regularly, which have safer options to buy that are Rainforest Alliance Certified™. The green frog certification seal you'll come to know indicates that a farm or forest enterprise encompasses the RAC pillars of sustainability—concentrated on social, economic, and environmental protection.

COFFEE
Nearly 2.5 million acres of forest in Central America have been cleared away for coffee farming. By looking for the Rainforest Alliance ’s ‘Green Frog Seal’ on brands you purchase, you can ensure that you’re helping in some ways in to prevent further deforestation. Here are two of my personal favourites from the plethora of Rainforest Alliance Certified brands: 


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TEA
Conventional tea is routinely treated with a broad range of agricultural chemicals which are harmful to farmers and the communities which surround them. These chemicals seep into the soil and waterways, causing a myriad of health issues to all the plants, animals and humans who dwell there. You can read more about the ethics and sustainability of tea HERE, if you're interested. Some of my favourite Rainforest Alliance Certified tea choices include:



CHOCOLATE
Many big chocolate corporations play a hand in deforestation, the popularity of the plant has driven farmers in West Africa to clear their rainforests in order ot make room to grow more cocoa plants. In addition, another ingredient found in chocolate, palm oil, is at fault for the destruction of the Indonesian and Malaysian rainforests. You can read more about the ethics and sustainability of chocolate HERE. These are three of my favourite Rainforest Alliance Certified brands creating chocolate with a conscience:

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SOAPS / SKINCARE / HAIRCARE
Rainforests are cleared across the globe in pursuit of palm-oil, a substance found in a vast number of food and beauty products. Thus far, an area as large as Germany has been cleared in the Indonesian rainforest in palm-oil's persuit. Recent research, published in the European Geosciences Union journal Biogeosciences shows that this rapid deforestation has caused increased temperatures in the region, affecting the plants and animals that dwell there, and making these parts of the country more vulnerable to wildfires. 

Most of the companies we get our beauty products from ignore these issues, and most consumers aren't aware they're supporting this level of destruction. You can find out more about what ingredients palm oil hides under HERE, and the additional harms it causes HERE. Below I've shared three of my favourite Rainforest Alliance Certified brands selling skin and hair care products without palm-oil in it:

BATHROOM TISSUE & PAPER TOWELS
In America, 98% of toilet rolls sold come from virgin woods due to the country's insistence on having extra-soft, quilted, multiply. ONE tree makes about 1,000 rolls of toilet paper and Americans use an average of 7 billion rolls per year ... so that's 7 million trees per year being chopped for our butts and bits ... never mind the rest of the world. By choosing Rainforest Alliance Certified brands for your bathroom tissue, napkins and paper towels - like my fav, SEVENTH GENERATION - you'll be saving a significant amount of trees yearly.

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BANANAS / ORANGES / PINEAPPLES 
The fruit industry is infamous for clear-cutting rainforests, polluting waterways and using dangerous agrochemicals to grow their produce. Many companies are now partnering with the Rainforest Alliance Sustainable Agriculture Standard, to develop solutions to these issues. The standard encompasses policies to protect natural resource conservation and biodiversity of the rainforest while improving the of livelihoods of those who live there.  Some of the Rainforest Alliance Certified brands helping to tackle these issues include:


FLOWERS & PLANTS
Our obsession with flowers and plants in our homes has lead to an intense increase in their importation. Most of the flora we purchase has been grown with liberal doses of agrochemicals. Because flowers and plants are not food, governments don’t impose reasonable restrictions on pesticide use. This threatens the health of workers and their community, as well as the safety of their local drinking water and the waterways of the planet itself.

Rainforest Alliance Certified flower and fern farms comply with the strict requirements of the Rainforest Alliance Sustainable Agriculture Standard. The standards have been set to protect ecosystems and wildlife habitats, conserve water and soil, and promote decent and safe working conditions for workers, while ensuring that farms are good neighbors to rural communities and wildlands. You can find Rainforest Alliance Certified flowers and plants at places like KROGER or COSTCO.
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GREEN VACATIONS
Our impact as travelers is mostly negative, by choosing Rainforest Alliance Certified hotels and tour operators in Latin America and the Caribbean, you’ll be visiting destinations that are not only fun and beautiful but also benefit local communities, ecosystems, and wildlife. Head to Rainforest Alliance's website before you book your next vacation HERE to ensure your impact as a tourist is minimal. 

WOOD
As discussed above, deforestation is a major factor in climate change. Products with the Rainforest Alliance Certified are grown and harvested on farms and forests which follow sustainable practices.

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RUBBER
Due to the low cost associated with the production of synthetic rubber, natural rubber producers are often driven into poverty or have to turn to practices which cause the deforestation of their treesRubber products with the Rainforest Alliance Certified are grown and harvested on farms and forests that follow sustainable practices. For example, PATAGONIA has created a collection of Yulex wetsuits which are Rainforest Alliance Certified!

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SPONSORED POST: This post is sponsored by the Rainforest Alliance, as usual, opinions and content direction is my own.

9 SUSTAINABLE PLACES TO EAT, SHOP AND STAY IN AMSTERDAM

September 05, 2018
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Amsterdam offers a happy medium between major metropolis and village vibes with ease. It’s a credibly conscious culture offering healthy living throughout its bright and sunny streets, balancing the conventional and unconventional, naturally. Stress-free and happy its citizens are patient and polite with the torrent of tourists which wander through their quiet streets, generously sharing their lush green parks, serene canals, fresh food, authentic art, incredible architecture, and meaningful history. It’s a city worth discovering in the way it is meant to be seen: by bike, on foot, or in the hull of a boat gone green.

EAT

THE COLD PRESSED JUICERY
ADDRESS(ES): They have four locations throughout Amsterdam
WEB: thecoldpressedjuicery.com
SOCIAL: @thecoldpressedjuicery
Made from locally grown organic produce, the cold-pressed juices from The Cold Pressed Juicery are delightfully fresh. They maintain a waste-free policy by reusing their juice pulp in raw food snacks and nut-milk instead of throwing it out. They do package their products in plastic to-go, but they’ll happily full yours if you BYO.

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ADDRESS: Oudekerksplein 27, 1012 GX Amsterdam, Netherlands
WEB: fb.com/Koffieschenkerij
SOCIAL: @Koffieschenkerij
Set on the charming garden terrace of an 800-year-old church, this little café is worth stopping in to for a cuppa. They offer delicious homemade food, vegan-friendly soups and snacks, as well as gluten-free cakes and other goodies on their daily changing menu.

CAFÉ BRECHT
ADDRESS: Weteringschans 157, 1017 SE Amsterdam, Netherlands
WEB: cafebrecht.nl
SOCIAL: @cafebrecht
Welcoming you with warmth, this café comme bar might be the comfiest conscious place in Amsterdam beyond your own grandmother’s living room. With a plethora of antique velvet couches and chairs to cozy up in, a variety of vintage board games and books to entertain you, and a menu of delicious freshly made food and drinks to satiate you, you could easily pass an entire day enveloped in this place’s lovely embrace.
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IN STOCK
ADDRESS: Czaar Peterstraat 21, Amsterdam
WEBSITE: instock.nl
SOCIAL: @instock_nl
With a menu made up of 80 percent food surplus, this restaurant offers a variety of delicious dishes based on what food comes in, meaning each time you visit the courses on offer will be different. They offer vegetarian and vegan options as well which you can inform the kitchen of when you call for your reservation, ideally on one of their beautiful terraces, anytime from morning to night. 

SHOP

HEMP STORY
ADDRESS: Oudezijds Achterburgwal 142, 1012 DV Amsterdam
WEBSITE: hempstory.nl
SOCIAL: @welovehemp
This light and airy store offers a subtle glimpse into a greener future with its diverse selection of beautifully curated clothing, homeware, skincare, art, and accessories all made ethically from eco-friendly fairtrade hemp (arguably the greenest fiber our planet has to offer). Within the wondrous shop is a cozy min-café offering hemp teas and coffees alongside other tasty snacks and treats.

CHARLIE + MARY
ADDRESS: Gerard Doustraat 84, 1072 VW Amsterdam
A lovely collection of curated clothing for men and women, from brands who have produced their apparel with the planet and its inhabitants, animals included, in mind. They carry mostly European brands including Dutch vegan-friendly brands like Taj Amsterdam, Hoodlamb and Studio JUX.

STAY

CONSCIOUS HOTELS
ADDRESS: Four Locations 
This collection of four conscious hotels, located around Amsterdam, are arguably the most sustainable in the city. The hotels are powered by renewable energy captured in thermal energy storage, designed with eco-friendly materials including living plant walls and rooftops, while serving 100% organic food ... offering a green experience beyond the usual. 
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VOKSHOTEL
ADDRESS: Wibautstraat 150, 1091 GR Amsterdam
WEBSITE: volkshotel.nl
SOCIAL: @volkshotel 
This arty hotel comes with all the hipster fixings without the hipster price tag nor the hipster judgment. It's a welcoming community space, created for anyone and everyone, with a rooftop bar, cafe, and sauna that will move your soul. 

ECO MAMA HOTEL 
ADDRESS: Valkenburgerstraat 124, 1011 NA Amsterdam
WEBSITE: ecomamahotel.com
SOCIAL: @ecomamahotel
Based on their snarky auto-reply email designed to belittle any well-intended (or ill-intended) blogger or influencer interested in visiting the space, my experience with the place was anything but pleasant (after the email, a phone call, and a visit with an unhappy character, we ended up sleeping in our car instead). That said, the eco-hotel slash hostel offers a plethora of eco-friendly, affordable and aesthetic initiatives: from natural stone heating, cradle-to-cradle furniture, efficient water systems, philanthropy, and overall promotion of conscious living (apart from the part where you endeavour to be kind to other human beings).
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Summer Mini Capsule Wardrobe: 10 Items x 10 Ways

August 10, 2018
A few weeks ago, as my husfriend and I slept, someone climbed up into our living room window and robbed us of just about every item holding monetary value that we own. ‬⁣⁣In one fell swoop, 15,000€ worth of equipment we've accumulated over the entirety of our adult lives to support us in our creative endeavours was gone without a trace.

We were completely unprepared, most of our stuff had been purchased second hand so insurance refused to cover it, none of it was backed up, including my hardrives which housed every ounce of text, video, and imagery I've created professionally and personally in my lifetime.
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It was shocking. Not only because the burgalers went so far as to sneak into our bedroom where we were sleeping gathering goods while we slumbered, but also because we hadn't realized how much we relied on our electronics to function in this modern world. 

Though many lessons have been learned in the wake of the experience, the resounding reminder in all aspects of realization has been that less is indeed more. 

While coalescing my clothing into a small and succinct set of much appreciated ethical and sustainable items has been an easy transition over the past two years, the truth is that applying this type of curation and care to all other aspects of my life leaves me feeling more rooted, peaceful and appreciative overall ... even if that 'minimalism', in one theme of belongings is forced as it was in our case.

MY CAPSULE STORY

A few days after the break-in, I was hired by the company my sister-in-law works for to drive a cat up from Paris to London.⁣⁣⁣ The Summer #10x10Challenge, was scheduled to start around the same time, so I packed to participate.

I try to stick to under 15 items no matter how many days of travel I have in store, going so far as to pack only 11 items for 21 days for a trip to Costa Rica and Texas a few years back. My traditional summer capsule consists of 21 items I can style 49 ways, and my Spring Capsule Wardrobe is about the same, but the mini capsules are far more interesting community orientated as I discovered in my first #10x10Challenge this past Spring.

MY 10 PIECE MINI SUMMER CAPSULE

You'll see a lot of repeats from my Spring Mini Capsule, the idea is to have all ten items be made up of things like tops, sweaters, pants, dresses and shoes. I chose ethical, sustainable, second-hand or vintage items from my closet for this challenge (and for life), gathering some of the most versatile items from my favourite conscious companies.

1. CROW Robe
about the brand Built with an ear for such worldly wisdoms, Crow is working to shift clothing back to its more natural state by joining the 'khadi revolution'. One which gives new life to organic fibers that have been harvested manually, handwoven traditionally, and dyed using natural chemical-free dyes. ⁣This robe is incredibly diverse, easy to layer and a light cover for hot summer nights.
2. SUSTAIN BY KAT Tee
about the brand |  This beautiful brand has created a line from all natural fibres which is dyed with leaves, seeds and fruit; removing carbon from the air instead of adding to it. Any 'waste' water created can be used in land irrigation closing out the circularity of the brand's story.  Their undyed apparel, like this top I'm wearing, is free from any of the industry-standard optical whiteners and brighteners and industrial fabric softeners that are found in both conventional and sustainable brands. ⁣

3. PEOPLE OF LEISURE Velour Top
about the brand | A purveyor of responsibly made garments, People of Leisure has created a beautiful bohemian collection, ethically sourced and manufactured in Los Angeles, California. 

4. AUROREI Trousers
about the brand | Ethical, affordable, impeccably made, biodegradable products in a tight capsule collection which you can mix and match to your heart's content.

5. AUROREI Top
about the brand | See above 

6. KLOW Sandals
about the brand | Made up of charming French expats who immigrated from Paris to Lisbon, the Klow krew has curated a collection of sustainable products which will allow you to emulate Parisian style with Portuguese ease, combining chic cozy comforts with sunshiney statement patterns from some of the best brands in Europe and beyond. ⁣⁣⁣These sandals are by ethical, sustainable, vegan brand Nae Vegan and are made from upcycled materials. 

7. PO-ZU Sneakers
about the brand | Ethically made with sustainable materials, Po-zu are arguably the most comfortable sneaker company in conscious commerce. I've walked hundreds of miles in these shoes without a single bluster, they're like walking on clouds. 

8. VINTAGE Playsuit 
why vintage? | I have a certain emotional attachment to vintage finds, feeling they often find me rather than the other way around. This little number has been amongst my favourite items of all time since we found one another a few years back. 

9. AMERICAN APPAREL Onsie
about the brand | I've had this grey onesie for ten years now, and it is probably the item that gets the most wear in my wardrobe during the warmer months. It works great for layering, can be worn on its own, and acts as a beach cover-up or pjs in a pinch. 

10. VINTAGE Jean Shorts
why vintage? | I found these little lovelies about ten years back, and while my body might be close to aging out of them, they aren't anywhere close to aging out of use. 

    ACCESSORIES

    On top of your 10 core items, you're allowed to accessorize yourself with an unlimited number of accessories. For this challenge, I wore at least one of these ethically and sustainably made items daily to style up the look:

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