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Pebble Magazine

Read the change. Whether it’s sustainable design, ethical fashion, slow food or eco-travel, pebble is about how we want to live, the world we want in the future, our dreams and desires. #pebblesmakeripples

Permaculture. Knitting. Whizzy futurists. Slow fashion. Open sourcing. Foraging. Crafting. Eco-villages. Food waste. Forests. Mindful discovery. Protecting the seas. Great food. Local food. New manufacturing models. Conservation. Organic skincare. Vegetable leathers. Vertical farms. Staycations. Kayaking. Thinking differently. Travelling lightly. Traditional skills. Zero waste. Turning plastic bottles into clothes and shoes. Dressing well. Creating communities. Enjoying our lives without harming the planet. Supporting people who have taken a risk to find a better way of doing something. Challenging the status quo. Zero waste cocktails.

And yes the last two can go hand in hand. More importantly, we’re about showing you how you can incorporate all of these things into your existing life.Being good to the planet often means starting small and being good to ourselves. Supporting businesses that have developed fairer ways of trading and making choices that lighten the load of your life on the planet.

Who’s behind pebble?

Georgina Wilson-Powell is a magazine editor with 14 years experience, having worked with BBC Good Food, Lonely Planet Traveller, BBC Travel and Time Out (in addition to setting up a music and street art magazine back when street art was called graffiti). After coming to the realisation that we all need to start making a dent in the planet’s problems, rather than retrain as something useful like a mushroom farmer or shoreline manager, Georgina decided to use her experience and set up pebble as a platform to support, share and promote positive stories from people who are doing far more cool and worthy things than writing for a living. It took her longer to decide on a name than it did to upend her life and launch an independent magazine.