Plastic-free solutions, first steps

Living plastic-free seems daunting, perhaps even impossible: plastic is ubiquitous, it’s cheap and rather useful in fact ! handy Ziplock bags, my toothbrush, my phone case, Tupperwares… who wants to get rid of… Continue reading

Oaty Asparagus Focaccia from Céline’s Perennial Kitchen.

I’ve always liked ‘all in one meals’ – those with protein, veggies and carbs mixed all together that I can stick in a tupperware and bring to school. I decided it was time to… Continue reading

The Devil’s Isle Challenge with PLASTIC TIDES

Areal Photo credit: John Singleton Although I’m writing my thesis due in 2.5 months I’d planned to go to Bermuda to help my Plastic Tides partners out with the race they’d been planing… Continue reading

“The Cornell mycelium effect: connecting via trees”

My Guest Blog Post at TENTREE:   “  An old fashioned postcard, a farm, and a new friendship. I graduated from Cornell University in Plant Science in 2014 and continued onto my Masters to… Continue reading

Cheap, lean, sustainable meat from Hawaii to Europe

Last December while on the Big Island of Hawai’i I got the opportunity to do something rather special. Here is the story: At 8 am sharp my friend Ann called me from Puna,… Continue reading

Microplastic Found in one of Hawai’i ‘s most remote streams.

As co-founder of Plastic Tides, last January while in Hawai’i doing my Masters thesis fieldwork I took the opportunity to adventure off on an expedition in search of plastic pollution in one of the… Continue reading

Ski-touring: Gear Review & Photos

Ski Touring AKA Alpine Touring / Randonée skiing / AT backcountry skiing Like many other women that ski, mountaineer, backpack, rock-climb… I’m always frustrated with the lack of gear reviews available for us girls.… Continue reading

From Céline’s Perennial Kitchen

Energy Balls Recipe – 1 cup of pitted dates – 1.5 cups of almonds or other nuts nuts (Mix and match: walnuts, macadamia nuts, hazelnuts…)  – 2 tablespoons of chia seeds – 2… Continue reading

Sustainability at University

I entered a survey for a chance to win 500£, I got carried away with the last question: Do you have any suggestions on what actions you would like to see your university… Continue reading

Captain Pat, the ocean and the fish.

A few weeks ago I went to visit Captain Pat. Captain Pat lives in Kona on the other side of the island and kindly allowed me to stay the night in his cabin… Continue reading

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