This is Anna Schori and Mark Ephraim, of Turning Tables Sweden, a non-profit organization that builds creative spaces to encourage marginalized young people by offering a platform to express themselves through film and music. Yes, it is as amazing as it sounds. So we recently spent time with Anna and Mark in their Turning Tables caravan studio which is designed with one goal in mind — to build a community, neighborhood by neighborhood, all across Sweden. Here is some of that conversation
This is Melanie Madden, a wildlife biologist and golden eagle conservationist in San Diego, California. Every day for over 20 years, Melanie has been dedicated to providing research that protects wildlife. She is our Je Ne Se Quois of the Month because we are amazed by her commitment to making a difference for the planet and the animals who live here. We recently got to go out in the field with her and talk golden eagles, science and punk rock, and here is some of that conversation.
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This is Anna and Sophie, co-founders of a really forward-thinking company called hejhej-mats. It’s a sustainability brand in Germany that makes “closed loop” yoga mats. Their goal is to reduce the amount of waste on the planet and promote more responsible consumption — sounds good to us. So we recently spent time with Sophie and Anna in Nuremberg where their mats are made and shipped, and here is some of that conversation.
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This is Josie Tucker and Richard Ashton, founders of what we think is an amazing environmental organization called Adapt. They use design, humor and contemporary culture to communicate climate crisis issues in a solutions-based way. We recently spent time with Josie and Richard at their offices in London, and here is some of that conversation.
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This is Michael Barone and Carlos Barone Cortés, creators of what we think is an important project for the planet. It’s a bio project, to be more specific, which they’ve created and continue to build and maintain on their own piece of land in Småland, Sweden – complete with a meadow that’s dedicated to providing a protected and thriving habitat for bees.
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