Veganism for the Non-Foodie

If you are considering reducing your meat intake or going completely vegan it can be daunting for those of us who do not enjoy cooking....

Reduce Meat for Climate Change

After attending the Climate Strike in Cape Town I realised just how many people are passionately advocating climate justice, the...

Feminism: An Intersectional Approach

Intersectional feminism is the most appropriate paradigm of modern feminism in which to critique the oppressive institutions borne from...

Rhino Horn Trade: Policy Evaluation

ABSTRACT South Africa is plagued by the resource curse which has infiltrated all elements of society ,including biodiversity protection....

Bearded Vulture Project

The Bearded Vulture Project is something I have been involved with for a very long time and has included excitement, heartbreak and...

John Stuart Mill’s Liberal Democracy

The work of John Stuart Mill is recognised as one of the earliest discussions of the principles of social democratic politics, the...

Designs to Inspire Change

“From Poverty to Opportunity” One of my very first blogs on Olivia Earth detailed a life-changing experience where I visited Kliptown, a...

GMO’s and the Global Panic Attack

It’s very difficult to filter through the nonsense that the global media presents us with especially when many news outlets are jumping...

2016 Environmental Victories

Despite the seemingly world-wide disappointment that 2016 had to offer, I am in fact feeling optimistic. Let me tell you how great 2016...

Sisters of the Wilderness

Over the last couple of years I have been very inspired by Ronit Shapiro, the London-based founder of One Nature Films. Ronit is...