The ‘Maison du Zéro Déchet’ opened in Paris in July 2017 as a space for discussion on all things zero waste. Workshops, conferences and screenings are on offer, and a shop is equipped with everything you need to start reducing your environmental footprint.
Rebecca Vera is the brains behind Veras, Copenhagen’s circular clothing concept, a shop and online platform whereby you can continually update your wardrobe with vintage and secondhand clothes. We caught up with Rebecca Vera to find out more about the inspirations for her start up and why she’s so passionate about sustainable fashion.
This place provides you with everything you would expect from (and dream of) in a Jazz bar. The happy hour is something to shout about too (buy two drinks and get a free pizza!).
On occasion of Flea Market Barcelona’s 10th birthday, we spoke to Mark, one of the founders, about how the project developed into one of the city’s favourite monthly events.
The fight against a McDonald’s franchise in one of Paris’s historical streets continues after years of campaigning.
For a Scandi fashion fix that won’t break the budget, head to Veras second-hand clothes market.
A healthy Pop-Up Kitchen that not only serves locally sourced delicious cuisine, but will also teach you how to cook too!
Marie Blandin is the woman behind the organic soap brand Terra Lova. We met up for a a chat in her workshop in Les Grands Voisins, the community space housing several startups and initiatives in Paris.
Steve from Bristol’s number one board game cafe, Chance and Counters, tells SIFT all about his latest business venture.
Poiscaille is a young French startup creating a new way of supplying fresh, responsibly sourced and reasonably priced fish. We spoke to Igor, a member of the team, about the importance of knowing where the fish we eat comes from.
This fabulous indoor market has only been open a week, and it’s already a hot topic across the city. In another week or two you’ll be hard pushed to find someone in Manchester who hasn’t heard of the Mackie Mayor.
Abasalon is a hygge spot set in an old church, in the heart of the Copenhagen’s old fish-packing district, Vesterbro.