NEWS YOU SHOULD KNOW

1. THE BUSHFIRE BILL

Sadly, these fires continue to ravage our nation. Our heart goes out to all of those affected, and a massive thank you goes out to all the brave firefighters, volunteers and rescue personnel doing their utmost.

We've all read about the human, environmental and emotional costs of the fires (and rightly so)... but what about the economic cost?

Published in December, these figures would have risen dramatically since, but the economic message is still important.

Check out the article by clicking here.

2. PLANT BASED MEATS RISING

Fable may be a name little known to Australians, but it has caught the attention of a billionaire Aussie.


Mike Cannon-Brookes, co-founder of Atlassian, has recently invested in Fable on the cusp of their launch in London, Australia and Singapore.


Primarily using mushrooms, and having a meat-like texture, check out why Fable is on the rise by clicking here!


3. SUSTAINABLE FASHION 

TRENDS FOR 2020

Shoes made from algae, nature inspired colours to dominate, and wallets made from pineapple leaves. The new decade is sure to be an exciting one.

Click here to see the 6 things you should expect from sustainable fashion in 2020!

CLEAN MEAT?

Building upon our article on plant-based meat, we thought it was a great time to introduce 'clean meat' if you haven't heard of it already.


With Richard Branson and Bill Gates investing in clean meat companies, this is a maturing industry with the animal & environmental benefits imminent!

If you've got any questions about the articles, or just want to have a chat, please leave a comment or send us an email by clicking here!

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Thanks for reading and have a great day!

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