From those who have emerged as progressive green heroes in the chaos of pollution today to all those who make a tiny green choice during the day, B:live would like to celebrate each and everyone of those ‘future-shapers’. They are our voice of hope.
H.O.P.E is community of green-contributors striving to a ring a change that’s long over due, a community of effort-makers who are out there to facilitate nature making sure that together we co-exist. Any and every individual who makes a greener choice is our H.O.P.E. Brands that themselves go natural or help people go natural are our H.O.P.E. Activities conducted today with an intent to make tomorrow better and greener are our H.O.P.E. With Humans Of Planet Earth, we intend to keep the hope alive, we intend to keep the green alive.
If we were not already fans of Abhay Deol’s refreshing work, we certainly would’ve been now, seeing how he chose to go green!
Learning to love and appreciate wildlife the way Cara Tejpal tells it is something we can all learn from!
With the small lifestyle changes she made, Nidhi Nahata made it big with her plant-based cafe JustBe!
Rosie Harding and Peter Fernandes give us an understanding as to how sustainability can be adopted if we look at the Root Cause!
If there’s one thing that Durgesh Agrahari taught us, it would be to SAYTREES!
Reaching new heights for the environment is something that comes naturally to Mike Libecki.
Dr. Annapurna Kamath gives us deep-rooted insights into how she along with the Jalaposhan Trust managed to restore Jakkur Lake!
Travelling to eco-friendly destinations is something that makes Elena Fernandes super-fly!
By giving rubbish a higher purpose (you know, by cultivating terrace gardens), Vani murthy initiated a waste management revolution!
Embracing her zero waste lifestyle by living with nature is something we can all learn from Teenu Jacob
Brunda Sreedhar and Ambica Gayathri are eco-entrepreneurs who show us that going back to age-old methods of personal care can make a difference!
Chiathali Pisupati tells us how going green is not a destination but a journey!
Moving quickly towards a greener tomorrow by adopting “Slow Fashion” today is something that Bhavana Narayan swears by!
Any green initiative, big or small, can bring a big change in the environment. So, in the worlds that we trudge knowingly or not, let’s take some green steps and make sure our development has minimal or no impact on Mother Earth.