Local consumption is aligned with the three pillars of sustainable development: environmental, social, and economic. Also known as locavorism, this movement aims to shorten distances between producers and consumers, and looks closely at the production chain of consumer goods. This behavior has a positive impact on job creation and poverty reduction, as well as reducing the carbon footprint of communities.
Veganism is usually associated with nutrition, however, its philosophy embraces a greater cause. Today, people and brands recognize that veganism is also about ethics, politics, and the environment. This new perspective holds the power to develop a society that protects animals, people and the future.
Limited by sexism, women face limited chances of growing and reaching leadership positions. They have turned to entrepreneurship as a way of combining purpose and a career. The projects, companies, and startups they have been creating are fueled by a transformative power that boosts both economic growth and social and environmental change.