Sustainability made simple

Aisha Williams

Aisha is a UK-based PhD candidate with an interest in philosophy, art, anthropology and ecology. Her background is in fine arts and social and environmental anthropology. Her current area of study focuses on the connection between how lived experience in our environment is reflected in the relationships, entanglements and knowledge we form about our environment. She believes learning is the greatest journey a person can take in life and hopes to encourage others in their own pursuit of knowledge.

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Is Snail Mucin for Skin Really Ethical?

Is snail mucin for skin really ethical? We'll look at the controversy around this popular product and what brands are safe to use. Read more

What is PTFE

What Is PTFE and Is It Bad For You?

In short, PTFE is a chemical compound commonly used in cookware. We look into what PTFE is, why it's used for cookware and whether it is safe Read more

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The Best Fertilizers for Fruit Trees: Boost Tree Growth & Health

The best fertilizers for fruit trees give them exactly what they need. Not all trees require the same nutrients, so we'll cover what fertilizers work best for specific trees. Read more

What animals are scientists trying to bring back?

13 Extinct Animals Scientists Are Trying to Resurrect

De-extinction, also known as resurrection biology, is the process of reviving extinct species. Here, we look at what animals scientists are trying to bring back. Read more

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Parallel Paths: How 10 Organisms Achieved Similar Goals With Convergent Evolution

Here we look at several examples of convergent evolution which help to explain how species of different kinds and origins can evolve similar traits despite the odds. Read more

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FOFO: How to Deal With the Psychological Barrier “Fear of Finding Out”

FOFO can have a profound negative impact if you let it get too far. We break down this complex psychological barrier and investigate potential solutions. Read more

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Bare Minimum Monday: Mental Health Hack or Just a Trend?

Bare Minimum Monday advocates a slow Monday to prioritize mental health over productivity. Here's a look at all sides of the debate. Read more

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What Are Debt-for-Nature Swaps and Can They Really Help?

Debt-for-nature-swaps rely on the idea that in exchange for debt relief, countries can reallocate their efforts to environmental work. Are they effective? Let's find out. Read more