With the recent rise of the issue of sea pollution, humanity is starting to re-think about how we are going to save it before it gets any worse. Many eco-warriors are out on the beaches cleaning up the mess we have made. Fishing lines are one of the biggest marine debris pollutions in the ocean and 11-year-old Shalise Leesfield spends her time collecting them and discarding them in an appropriate manner or reusing them.
This is the true story of Bas and his family, whose struggle continues every day. Together with 100 more miners, he extracts sulphur from the highly toxic crater of mount Ijen in Indonesia. Continue reading Terraform by Novo Amor
Ellen Grace is creating an ongoing project called Reclaim, where she looks at the difference between ‘Fast and Slow Fashion brands’ through photography, meanwhile exploring Sustainable Fashion.