We support others out there who are helping create a new norm. Jump on board and support them too!
Game changers: 2040: An incredible documentary first and foremost, which has developed a movement, called The Regeneration. It's "a global movement of people who are mobilised to learn about, contribute to, advocate for and invest in regenerative solutions that improve the wellbeing of the planet, all people and all living systems".
Dr. Libby: An awe inspiring Australian woman, and leading nutritional biochemist, whose mission is to "educate and inspire, enhancing people’s health and happiness, igniting a ripple effect that transforms the world.” Dr Libby shares her knowledge through books, events and courses.
Echo Valley: These amazing people are all about "Ethical, sustainable, regenerative and holistic farming", which is ‘Good for the animal, good for the land, good for the farmer and good for you’. Amazing, ethically produced animal products available for purchase.
Food Connect: Brisbanites and those around Brisbane can do their groceries online through Food Connect, whose vision is to "create a world where everyone has access to healthy, fresh, ecologically-grown food that is fair to growers, eaters, and the planet." Their impact includes, reducing the weekly distance food travels down to 140 km (national average 1,200 km) and working in a closed loop food system where no food ever goes to waste.
Loop Growers: These guys are a little farm just outside of Brisbane (Samford region) who collect organic waste from a bunch of restaurants / cafe's, and turn it in to gold standard compost which is then used to grow delicious produce which is then sold back to the awesome bunch of restaurants / cafe's who provided their organic waste in the first place (hence the 'loop'!). Good for our environment, their chookies, and the health of those who eat their delicious food.
Who Gives a Crap: These guys are producers and distributors of sustainable toilet paper and other sustainable products. To date they've "donated over $2.5 million dollars to charity and saved a heck of a lot of trees, water and energy".
World Animal Protection: Working across all industries where animals are involved, including farming, this organisation advocates for positive and ethical change and is involved in making these changes directly with farmers.
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