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Sustainability is a topic with many facets.
Here you will find a wealth of information, tips and tricks to make your life more sustainable.

Coffee maker with coffee cup

5 tips for sustainable coffee consumption

8 hours in the office without coffee? Hardly imaginable for many. The hot drink tastes good, wakes you up and is even said to have health benefits. However, if you don't want your own consumption to be at the expense of your fellow human beings and the environment, you should take the following five tips to heart.

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Coffee cup with coffee beans

Is coffee sustainable and fair?

From a rare pleasure drink to a staple food: for many people, it is impossible to imagine everyday life without good morning coffee. While our consumption is increasing every year, coffee farmers are earning less and less from it. Why is that?

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Legumes - lentils and beans

Proteins in the vegan diet

It is THE classic question par excellence that - at least according to the cliché - all vegans are asked first: And where do you get your protein from? Studies show that the supply of protein is not a problem even with a purely plant-based diet. Nevertheless, there are of course a few things you should know: Then it is child's play to cover your needs.

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Little girl harvests carrots

vegan nutrition for children

People who live vegan themselves usually also want to feed their own children vegan food. And yes, that is possible. But how?

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Climate activism

climate change: where does the CO2 come from?

While you are reading this text on your smartphone, your fridge is humming and the oven is heating your food, the same appliances are running in millions of other households. All these things have one thing in common: they require energy, release greenhouse gases and thus contribute to global warming.

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FSC letters

what does the FSC® seal mean?

The term "sustainability" comes directly from the forest - and even today, green forestry is incredibly important. Forests are CO2 reservoirs, habitats for countless animals and plants, and recreational spaces for people. At the same time, it is impossible to imagine our everyday life without raw materials from the forest. Whether furniture or paper - nothing works without wood. How can I, as a customer, support sustainable forestry? By looking for the right seal.

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Climate change - the earth is burning

climate change: the earth has a fever

The Earth has a fever: the average global temperature has been rising for years, extreme weather events are on the increase. What is happening to our planet?

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Shopping net with vegetables and jars

what is sustainable consumption?

Stinginess is cool? Not for a long time. Today, sustainable consumption is the trend. It sounds great: shopping and saving the world at the same time! What exactly is sustainable consumption, is it time-consuming and how does it work in everyday life?

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Drinking water in a glass

virtual water: the invisible consumption

Do you pay attention to your water consumption? Most people try not to waste water unnecessarily. However, we often only think of the water that we can see directly - when cooking, showering or brushing our teeth. The concept of virtual water is more holistic.

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Plastic products - how to avoid?

Avoid plastic - The best tips!

Plastic is everywhere - in drinking water, food and even in our blood. A completely plastic-free life is therefore no longer possible. Nevertheless, we can reduce our consumption. That helps us and the environment in equal measure.

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Yeast plait at the table

Recipe: vegan yeast plait

Here in southern Germany, the yeast plait is regularly on the table, and not just at Easter. No wonder, because it is quick and easy to make, tastes delicious and looks good at the same time. This vegan version does without milk and egg and is at least as good as the original.

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Sewing machine - thread

living wage: who pays for my t-shirt?

Decent working conditions and a salary you can live well on - a human right, yes. A matter of course? No. Many people around the world work under the most difficult conditions and still receive a wage that is not enough to live on.

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