Benjamin Von Wong, a Canadian viral photographer, started out as a mining engineer. Something was missing, however, so he committed to taking one photo per day and posting it on social media. Soon, his photos had hundreds of thousands of likes and followers. But in 2016, at the top of his career after a successful … Continue reading I want to leave the digital world
On a rainy autumn day, I met Janek Szpil at the Kraków Embassy. He just arrived from picking grapes in France and I had a day of rest during my biking adventure from the Czech Republic to Poland. We spoke about local activism, Kraków cycling culture, burn-out, and Eastern inspiration. Janek, what does the Kraków … Continue reading Slow activism inspired by yoga
“It started with planting trees on one big road in Tbilisi and ended up with me sitting in the Parliament”, says Nata Peradze, a Georgian environmentalist and founder of guerilla gardening movement in Georgia. An interview about active citizenship, women’s courage and life that just happens. Your story is fascinating. From working in an art … Continue reading From a florist shop to Parliament
I have known Alena since I was 10 years old through a sports competition called Steel man and steel lady organized among others by my father. She always seemed to be an interesting personality, with whom I loved to speak about her adventurous jungle expeditions. This year I met her again and decided to interview … Continue reading Run, otherwise they will eat you!
Bahar Dutt was born in 1975 to SP Dutt and Prabha Dutt, who belonged to India's first female journalists and she grew up in the metropolitan city of New Delhi and New York. Ever since she was young, she was interested in nature, which later led her to become a conservationist. She worked for ten … Continue reading Green Wars: An interview with Bahar Dutt