Interviews with extraordinary people.
A conversation with Daze Aghaji, whose work focuses on wellbeing and building a sense of collective agency through strong, supportive, regenerative cultures.
What we can do is a series drawing inspiration from the changemakers of our time. Matthias Schmelzer is an activist-researcher on the topic of degrowth.
We talked to Seth Godin about The Carbon Almanac, a book of facts about climate change.
What we can do is an Ecosia blog series that interviews change-makers of our time. We spoke with Clover Hogan, a youth climate activist and founding executive director of the non-profit Force of Nature, about how to transform eco-anxiety into climate action.
For the entrepreneurs struggling to get through the COVID-19 crisis: advice & lessons in resilience from Ecosia’s founder.
Stories of hope seldom make headlines these days. But they are just as real. Discover Naliaka’s story of hope.
The 23-years-old climate activist from Uganda spoke to us about climate change in Uganda, the Congo Rainforest, and being a black organizer of climate strikes.
It’s become difficult to avoid talking about the climate crisis – which might be a good thing. Here’s how you can change minds.
We met Moses in Uganda while visiting our reforestation project. The nursery he's managing there helps to sustain the local chimp population.
Pieter sat down with primatologist Dr. Jane Goodall to talk chimpanzees, forest corridors and why we need to change attitudes.