Good Life: The world's water dilemma
In London recently, I stumbled upon a tiny food shop that was doing its part to educate consumers.
While strolling around an impossibly-cool corner of London recently, I stumbled upon a tiny food shop that was doing its part to educate consumers about one aspect of sustainable living that doesn't get much attention - our water footprint.
Leila's Shop is a combination green grocer and cafe located on leafy Calvert Street in Shoreditch. Stylish folk sipped coffee outside in the autumn sun, but I was interested in the chalkboard illustrations I glimpsed through...
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