UNWANTED ROLL: story about textile waste
“Textile is not a waste - it is a resource.” Modern-day superhero Irina works silently behind the scenes to fight against textile waste. After founding Fabcycle in late 2017, she has been working tirelessly ever since to not only up-cycle fabric scraps and provide new material for local clothing manufacturers, but also to educate the public and raise awareness regarding the issue. The fashion industry is a major contributor to waste and land pollution - here is what Irina and Fabcycle are doing to make noise and spark change. check out their website: https://www.fabcycle.shop/ Instagram: @fabcyclevan
The act of change: a story about sustainable living
Climate change isn’t something easy to talk about. For globe-trotter Jasmine, traveling around the world made her realize the cost of her lifestyle and how people’s actions affect the constant deterioration of the Earth. So strong was her opposition to this that it drove her to change her view on consumption and waste and her relationship with the environment. Now living a more sustainable and eco-friendly lifestyle, Jasmine walks you through her story and what you can do to change your relationship with mother Earth. youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEh81QwEFXEog1jORkCxJKg Instagram: @jmnoble
to carve a smile
The Newton Seniors Centre in Surrey, British Columbia is invested in giving its members an opportunity to try something new, meet new people, and most importantly, to provide them with a sense of community. One such community that’s formed is the woodcarving club. Terry, one of the founding members of this club, takes a unique approach when guiding the group on their projects. “Not a leader but a member.” Rather than having a single instructor giving out instructions, each member teaches one another by passing along any tips they might have. This allows for a more open social environment where each member gets to know one another. Just as a piece of wood can be carved into a piece of art, the woodcarving club has become more than just a club. Through the work of its members, the club has become something of a family.
The wheels of solitude
20 days – 1820 km – a man and his bike A journey of the age of 22. Sweat and pain a long with happiness and peace. Endurance and reflection. A bad plan and little money. A half-cut yoga mat as sleeping mattress and candles as cooking gear. slept on the street and drank unfiltered water. At the end, the only thing I have that carried me through everything is An Iron Will. Why tried too hard? Why even started? Enjoy Video!!!
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