The series is part of a campaign from the global nonprofit WaterAid.
Most designer brands want you to spend a lot of money on expensive crap. We’re not even exaggerating. Big brands love taking
Let me be clear: I would much rather be celebrating news that every single person in Brazil has clean water and a toilet
As I head back to WaterAid's office in New York, I do so full of energy and new ideas. Sustainable Brands has given me a lot to process, think about and share with others. Most unusual of all, on the last afternoon of a four-day conference, I found myself excited and already looking forward to the next one. See you in Detroit.
Some cling to kitchenware, others were lucky enough to find wedding gifts.
CAPE TOWN, South Africa -- As I sit in traffic during Cape Town's busy rush hour, it's difficult to imagine that running beneath this city of approximately 3.75 million are hundreds of kilometers of underground brick tunnels, tunnels that transport millions of liters of fresh spring water from Table Mountain directly out into the sea. The mountains that overlook this beautiful city were once its lifeblood, supplying the entire population with water.
One in 10 people don’t have access to the clean water they need to live.
When I stepped inside the stall in Kenya I nearly vomited. The smell was overwhelming. Since that jarring experience five years ago I have been slightly obsessed with pit latrines and toilets when I travel to low-and middle-income countries
If you're anything like me and my family you, too, spent some time thinking about what you are thankful for over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. My 5-year old started us off this year, and her list included her mama and papa, her 2-year old sister, her friends, her school, the earth and herself.
The SDGs, which will be decided on in September, will work to reduce poverty, advance education and foster gender equality