No one can deny that the environment is a particularly distressing subject at the moment. It's perfectly normal to experience emotions such as anger, fear, impotence, grief or exhaustion. These are healthy reactions that show we are aware of the situation.
December is coming and the shops are already full of beautiful advent calendars for young and old. This charming-turned-commercial tradition has become yet another pretext for even more consumption.
Just like fruit and vegetables, flowers are seasonal and and produced in different countries.
From field to plate, nearly 30% of total food production is wasted worldwide. In Switzerland, avoidable food losses represent 25% of the environmental impact of food. 38% of these losses come from households.
Eating more sustainably means buying more fruit and vegetables, seasonal, organic and local.
In the report published in August 2019, the scientists of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) drew attention to the fact that we are currently not using our land sustainably, and that this has a direct impact on climate change.