Fruits and Veggies à Genève – Resources to Get You Started

by Sonja Muriel Plüss Did you know that 2021 is the International Year of Fruits and Vegetables? To celebrate this, I have researched how a greens-lover can best get to their staples in Geneva – and that as fresh, seasonal and direct from the farmer as possible. Union Maraîchère de Genève Hidden in a warehouseContinue reading “Fruits and Veggies à Genève – Resources to Get You Started”

A Non-Dairy Milk Review

by Zaninka Ntagungira Title photo from Canva by Natalia Klenova Hi friends! So sorry for the tease with this infamous nut milk review. But here it is finally, the review no one asked for until I started talking about it incessantly 😉Disclaimer: I refuse to write it ‘mylk’. If it triggers you, sue me :p Continue reading “A Non-Dairy Milk Review”

Bloody Health – an Ad for a Sustainable Pad

By Sonja Plüss Photos by Vulvani – http://www.vulvani.com Somewhere along the quest of living a sustainable and healthy life, everyone with periods should consider their sanitary products. Conventional sanitary products contain a lot of synthetic material, glues and toxins. Furthermore they are use-and-throw products creating large amounts of waste. While in Switzerland this waste isContinue reading “Bloody Health – an Ad for a Sustainable Pad”

Your new Pract-eco guide

Whether you’ve freshly arrived in Geneva or are already a seasoned Institute-goer, the EC’s got you covered for a practically ecological (short: pract-eco) start to the fall semester! Lovingly crafted by our president Zaninka Ntagungira with precious help from vice-president Anna Ploeg and EC member Kory Barras, this brand new guide contains everything you needContinue reading “Your new Pract-eco guide”

170 actions to combat climate change

During the school year 2019/2020, the Environmental Committee partnered up with the UN Geneva’s Perception Change Project. The mission of the PCP is to make information accessible while highlighting the role of Geneva based organizations in the promotion of the SDGs. The purpose of their 170 brochures series is to develop a list of tangibleContinue reading “170 actions to combat climate change”

#EarthDayEveryday

by Zaninka Ntagungira Yesterday was the 50th Earth Day and I hope you found some fun ways to enjoy it, maybe by reminiscing with us on Instagram! To continue celebrating Earth, I wanted to share some do and don’ts that I’ve learned so far in my recycling and composting journey here in Geneva. It’s definitelyContinue reading “#EarthDayEveryday”

Tutorial – Baguettes traditionnelles

by Jarrod Suda Hello fellow ECers and friends to IHEID! Please enjoy this homemade video and this baguette recipe that I’ve been trying. I think it could be a fun way to develop a micro-mastery or simply pass a lazy Sunday. Make sure to share with your friends and family the next time you breakContinue reading “Tutorial – Baguettes traditionnelles”

Vegetarianism, Federer, and the myth of perfection

by Pauline Seppey Hello, friendly reader. Yes, this is yet another article about vegetarianism. No, I will not yell at you for consuming meat – I’ve been there. I used to think a life without bacon could never be worth living. And I’m not here to tell you how I changed my mind either. First,Continue reading “Vegetarianism, Federer, and the myth of perfection”