toxic colours - how sustainable are our clothes?
Blue jeans are inconceivable without blue, white is worn for weddings and the "little black dress" is considered a classic - it is impossible to imagine fashion without colours. The only problem is that countless chemicals are used to achieve the strong colours. Often to the detriment of people and the environment.
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.
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?
menstrual cups, sanitary towels & co - sustainable feminine hygiene
Yes, the term "feminine hygiene" is unsexy to the max - but there should be more talk about tampons, pads, menstrual cups and the like. That's what we want to do here: It's about the question why the classic menstrual products are neither good for us women nor for the environment, and what uncomplicated and sustainable alternatives look like.
why buy organic? 5 answers to the eco-label
Organic food is becoming more and more popular: sales have doubled in the last 10 years, reaching almost 12 billion euros in 2019. Most people buy organic primarily to support species-appropriate animal husbandry and to promote regional products. Health reasons also often play a role. Can organic farming actually keep these promises? Find out here what the seal stands for and why organic products are really better.
(micro-)plastic and its consequences
If plastic were a living being, it would have already completely colonised our planet. Whether in the deepest ice of the Arctic, in the deep sea or in the human body: microplastic is everywhere. The versatile material packs almost all our consumer goods - and in most cases is even part of the product. But: How problematic is the flood of plastic?
5 vegan foods that everyone should have at home
Some groceries are taken with you every time you go shopping, you just always have them in stock. This way, you can cook something delicious on the spur of the moment or bake a cake on a Sunday when you get the urge for something sweet. Here are five vegan foods you should always have in your kitchen cupboards.
will veganism save the world?
Veganism is booming: a diet that wants to change the world - can there be any truth in it? What effects does a plant-based diet have on our climate, soil and water?