Gen Zers may use the web to share memes and post their meals, but their exposure to social media and 24/7 news means they’re also well aware of major global issues like climate change. In the first of a two-part report, we explore how sustainability has become a way of life for this cohort.
Once known for beauty tips and celebrity interviews, Teen Vogue relaunched in 2015 with a trio of young editors at the helm and a renewed focus on socially-conscious content. How did the ‘cool girl’s guide to fashion’ become an all-round mentor for America’s switched-on Gen Zers?
Changing the world for good can be a challenge at any age, but a group of 8- to 12-year-old girls from California aren’t letting their youth stand in the way of achieving social equality. Who are the Radical Monarchs and how are they changing what it means to be an activist?
The global shift to a Western diet rich in meat and dairy is putting unprecedented pressure on the planet to feed a growing population. Could a more sustainable diet resolve health and hunger crises around the world? And would people really be willing to switch to a greener menu?
In 2015, Swedish fast fashion giant H&M was named one of the world’s most ethical companies thanks to its extensive sustainability efforts. But in an industry built on cheap thrills, can the rush of buying new stuff ever sit comfortably with the ethical responsibility to slow down consumption?