Simon and Mary: A Heritage Brand for a New Generation

Simon and Mary: A Heritage Brand for a New Generation

SIMON AND MARY: A heritage brand for a new generation 04 JUNE, 2021 By Charlotte Mostert  Learn more about one of Greenpop’s oldest partners, Simon and Mary, and their commitment to sustainability and innovation. Born from a family of milliners – family is...
Restoration – It’s in our Nature! by Jade Khoury

Restoration – It’s in our Nature! by Jade Khoury

RESTORATION – It’s In Our Nature by Jade Khoury 01 JUNE, 2021 By Jade Khoury Longtime Greenpopper and environmental activist, Jade Khoury, shares her restoration journey with us. Read about how she turned anxious into action in her story below. Restoration...
World Bee Day: What’s the Big Buzz around Bees?

World Bee Day: What’s the Big Buzz around Bees?

World Bee Day: What’s the Big Buzz around Bees? 19 MAY, 2021 By Reekelitsoe Molapo World Bee Day is the global annual celebration of bees and the role they play within our ecosystems. On December 20th 2017, The United Nations General Assembly adopted by consensus a...
Activism – How to Bring About Positive Environmental Change

Activism – How to Bring About Positive Environmental Change

Activism – How to Bring About Positive Environmental Change 21 APRIL, 2021 By Charlotte Mostert  In the early 1900s, the first record of the word ‘activism’ was recorded, originating from the German word Aktivismus. The suffix -ism  indicates a practice or...
Mini-Reforest Festival 2021 @ Bodhi Khaya

Mini-Reforest Festival 2021 @ Bodhi Khaya

Mini-Reforest Festival 2021 @ Bodhi Khaya 19 APRIL, 2021 By Charlotte Mostert Misha Teasdale, Greenpop Tree-E-O says it best: “We have planted more than 139,000 trees over the last 10 years, but what makes me more excited than the trees are the thousands of hands that...
Trees Greenpop Plants that are Indigenous

Trees Greenpop Plants that are Indigenous

Trees Greenpop Plants  26 MARCH, 2021 By Charlotte Mostert 6 Trees that Greenpop Plants which make a difference to our reality. Trees are vital to all of our survival, for they generate oxygen and medicine; store carbon; prevent enormous loss of soil; and provide...

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