Posts in the ‘Environment’ Category

World Cleanup Day In Lebanon: The Aftermath And Lessons To Be Learned

We recently spoke to you about the massive international initiative World Cleanup Day. This global social action program, which is aimed at combating the global solid waste and marine debris problem, took place on September 15, you can find our article here.  This year more than 13 million people from 155 countries and regions joined forces

Positive News Stories From September To Brighten Your Week (Part 1)

Okay folks, fall is in the air, and it’s time for the second instalment of what we’ve decided will be a bi-monthly positive news report. Because who couldn’t do with a pick-me-up, and because there’s a lot more happening out there to smile about than you’d expect! But before we begin, we’re going to insert

Charbella Hosry: The Eco-Friendly Entrepreneur

The team at The Wellness Project has been meeting some remarkable individuals over the years that are working relentlessly to make their cities a better place, through their various endeavors. Lebanon can be a challenging market to change consumer perceptions about sustainability and living in eco-friendly ways, as there is no government legislation in place

Participate In World Cleanup Day – September 15 – Lebanon

We’ve recently raised awareness on global plastic waste, particularly single-use plastic and the dire need to recycle, while also learning how to live a greener, sustainable life. It’s not only to encourage and motivate you, it’s to redirect your energies towards helping mother earth and feeling your connection to the infinite source sustaining your life. If

Recycling, Reusing, and Refusing In Lebanon To Save Mother Earth

Plastic waste is growing every day and it often appears impossible to stop. Yet it is possible to make choices that either contribute to the solution of less waste, or add to the existing problem. Our focus and attention will be solely on recycling, reusing and refusing specifically in Lebanon. Each country has its own

Get To Know 5 Of Lebanon’s Marine Life Heroes

You may have caught our blog addressing the garbage and sewage dumping into our sea that reached record heights a couple of years ago. If you missed it, check it out here, because today we are not going to delve too deep into the doom and gloom. We are going to touch on it since,

The Benefits of Kangen Water Go A Long Way

We’ve been progressively building upon a series of blogs on water topics to better understand our relationship to water and life on the planet. We shared our new discovery of Kangen water systems in our recent blog, and it feels like the perfect moment to dive deeper with you into the additional benefits behind this

6 Lebanese Initiatives Blazing an Eco-Friendly Path

We tend to get a lot of bad news and moaning and groaning about the sad state of affairs when it comes to environmentally-related things in Lebanon (and other-related things too). But isn’t it nice when we can recognize the awesome accomplishments of people too? Pictured above is an incredible conceptual design called the Beirut

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Your Fate is Tied to Earth’s Water Systems. Here’s Why.

Photocredit: https://janetthomas.wordpress.com Most people know that water covers 70% of our planet. Over 96% of that water is the salty water of our oceans, and that is the water that creates half the oxygen we breathe. It’s also the water that absorbs the carbon dioxide we generate, provides a sixth of the protein we eat, and

17 Incredible Water-Related Facts You Should Know

Water is pretty fascinating, and we’ve been talking a lot about it lately. This week we thought you’d like to discover a whole host of information about water, all in one neat little shot. It might change your perspective, and if nothing else, give you some useful knowledge to pull out at the dinner table

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