Climate Change

female travel [longevity live]

Travel is on the cards for most of us and what’s a life worth living if you can’t? Today, we are seeing the horrific effects of urbanization and pollution on the environment. We’ve realized that travel is beneficial to our mental health and not just for exploration. Yet, we are

children [longevity live]

Children born into today’s world are automatically exposed to a ton of worldwide problems. We often forget to think about how this is affecting them and what it must feel like to be born into a world like this. As a result, many of our kids are feeling completely overwhelmed

heatwave | Longevity LIVE

Temperatures are soaring across Europe as various countries are experiencing what appears to be the worst heatwave in recent memory. Various national authorities across Belgium, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain and Switzerland have issued heat warnings and alerts, advising tourists and residents to drink plenty of water

mosquito [longevity live]

Mosquito-free and eco-friendly places to lodge in whilst traveling don’t come around very often. For good reason too. Think about it. Anywhere that’s eco-friendly will likely be located somewhere in the bush. This generally means lots of insects, creepy crawlies and the dreaded mosquito. Whilst we encourage conscious living and

polluted air | Longevity LIVE

Polluted air is the cause of death for 7 million people on a yearly basis and costs approximately US$5.11 trillion in welfare costs on a global scale, according to the World Health Organisation. That is because polluted air has a direct influence on diseases such as stroke, lung cancer and

WeWork goes meat free

With increasing evidence showing the detrimental effects of meat production on climate change, global work sharing space company WeWork has literally taken the bull by the horns.  The company announced it will no longer allow staff  to claim expenses for meals that include meat. WeWork will also no longer provide