Annie Leonard, of Story of Stuff fame did it all again and presented another great video on how we have to and can change the world. Called The Story of Solutions, it focuses on changing the end-game of MORE to a one focusing on BETTER. We have seen it already, working on ever increasing the… Continue reading Annie Leonard presents the Story of Solutions
Do you remember The story of stuff and the various episodes that has been released since ? If not, you should watch them before going any further. Indeed, Annie Leonard has released a new episode of her series and it rocks. Many people believe we’ll get out of our current predicament by shopping differently (more… Continue reading Annie Leonard’s Story of Change
Do you remember Annie Leonard’s great documentaries The Story of Stuff and the Story of Cosmetics ? Well, she did a few other more, including the latest : The Story of Broke. In this eight-minute animated clip, she tackles the huge problem of subsidies of all kinds that are given to what she calls ”… Continue reading Annie Leonard’s latest : The Story of Broke
Annie Leonard comes back ! After the Story of Stuff – about the true environmental cost of our consumerist frenzy – and the Story of Bottled Water – which is the apex of unsustainability – she comes back with the Story of Cosmetics. Exposing the horrendous toxic products found in our personal care products Annie… Continue reading The Story of Cosmetics
The most probable answer is no. Then today’s post should help you reconsidering buying bottled water. Indeed, according to Annie Leonard’s latest short video the price of a bottle of water is 2,000 times the price of tap water. I stopped drinking bottled water when I bought a Brita water filter. I could have went straight… Continue reading Would you buy a $10,000 sandwich ?
For the past few months, I have been reading about this video without never watching it. After a comment on La Marguerite Blog, I decided to do so. In 20 minutes or so, I learned a lot about the true cost and life cycle of the stuff we buy year after year and how this… Continue reading The story of stuff… a mandatory video ?