Plastic Oceans Canada & The Body Shop | The Positive Change

Recently, World Oceans Day to be precise, Plastic Oceans and The Body Shop partnered to arrange a number of beach clean-ups, one of them being in Vancouver, British Columbia. As much as many of us focus on the fact that not enough is being done to tackle global issues like ocean and plastic pollution, we must shift our mindset in finding those that are making … Continue reading Plastic Oceans Canada & The Body Shop | The Positive Change

TheBag.Ca | The Positive Change

More recently, studies have shown that manufacturing and disposal of plastic also has a tremendous carbon footprint and contributes largely the increasing pace of climate change. Climate change, as we all know, is real and happening as we speak. With record-breaking temperatures in Kuwait and British Columbia, to storms that wreaked havoc in Mozambique, to finally our glaciers melting at such a speed, that if … Continue reading TheBag.Ca | The Positive Change

Plastic Bank | The Positive Change

Plastic Epidemic As of today, our world faces a huge epidemic, plastic pollution. Personally, in my opinion, to be completely realistic, plastic was invented as a durable material to help with industrial processes. Where it got ridiculous was the invention of single-use plastic and since then, we’ve seen convenience take precedence over the beauty of our environment, nature, marine wildlife and in turn, our own … Continue reading Plastic Bank | The Positive Change

Sahar Mansoor, Bare Necessities & Zero-Waste | The Positive Change

This week we had the opportunity to learn from Sahar Mansoor, founder of Bare Necessities. Sahar has established herself through various initiatives including: We found this interview inspiring because of Sahar’s ‘go-getter’ personality which we all need to have, whether it’s in life or when striving to make a change in the world – Sahar cemented the thought in her, ‘I need to be part … Continue reading Sahar Mansoor, Bare Necessities & Zero-Waste | The Positive Change