Katharina Hogenkamp, a German journalist and translator living in London, writes about fashion and sustainability in Europe and around the world. In her new column for the wearness, she reflects on the challenges of the throw-away society, the power of the community, and how to inspire other women for change. The new column is as much a review of the past year as it is an outlook on what is to come.
January 05, 2020
January 04, 2020
Sustainable cooking - how does that work? For example, by using organic meat and fish. And seasonal fruits and vegetables from the region instead of pears from New Zealand or grapes from South Africa. And sauces and spices, preferably without artificial additives - industrial sugar is forbidden. Looking for suitable cookbooks? Our favorite: CALIFORNIA CUISINE by Kristina Koch
- December 17, 2019
December 05, 2019
Very special places where nature and sustainability play the most important role. Leave the hustle and bustle of everyday life behind and take a break. Wellness for body, mind and soul instead of 24-hour smartphones flickering. We recommend holiday destinations in Germany. From hotels with zero-waste thoughts to designer eco-lodges on the Baltic Sea. Our favourite of the week: The Vila Planinka