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Consumers worldwide are going (coco)-nuts for this popular alternative to various skincare, food and even jewelry products: the tropical coconut. Why? Because every part of the coconut is reusable! Coconuts are a natural and more sustainable option for consumers, as they become ever-increasingly aware of the environmental impacts of their purchases.
Sustainable and eco-friendly aspects are increasingly becoming top concerns for consumers - and the market is growing fast! Recent studies show consumers are now turning to fashion brands with sustainable practices much more than in recent years.
One night, my cousin and I were playing an online game called Cake Mania, which involved strategy, quick-thinking, and the ability to make multi-tiered heart shaped cakes for fairy tale characters. I am very good at this game. So naturally, I made the mistake of getting a little too cocky and calling myself “Cake Master,” since I performed much better than my cousin.
A few months passed, and the whole world changed. Never in my life have I seen such a rapid change in the way the entire population of the world operates. This rapid change has caused unprecedented change in the way we live, and also has made a drastic impact on the our lives, as well as the planet.
As our society becomes more aware of environmental issues, our businesses too have shifted towards more sustainable practices. But some businesses catch onto this trend, and promote themselves as sustainable just for sales.
Having an in-house meteorologist is exactly as you’d expect: chaotic, fun and occasionally, extremely useful. So with that in mind, I thought I would sit down and ask my dad some of the most common questions that a meteorologist gets asked.
Our zeeva.co team consists of three amazing women: Andrea, Sarah and Annie. We want to showcase their unique personalities...and learn about the best way to eat a potato (yes, there's a correct answer, but we'll leave you to decide whose answer is correct.)
I can explain the circular economy in three, well-known terms - reduce, reuse, recycle. Businesses are starting to get on board, but what do consumers think?
. Perhaps, it’s time to talk about “sustainable working out” in another context -- in a clean, eco-friendly way.