we want to inspire change
Here at Be Kind magazine we want to make the world a better place. It's a scary and uncertain time, as we watch our seas fill with plastic, our bins bulge, and our air become dense with fumes and pollution. Our readers understand the problems that we, as a planet, are facing and want to help. It is vital to stay positive, and we want to encourage our readers to make small achievable changes that will have a much bigger global impact.
From cutting down on food waste, ditching single-use plastic, supporting local social enterprises or organising beach litter picks, we want to inspire change, share ideas and leave as little trace as possible. Showing a little kindness is what the world needs right now.
Being kind • Living sustainably • Fighting pollution • Ethical fashion • Upcycling and DIY • Zero waste living • Treading lightly • Food waste • Future solutions • Alternative energy • Veganism • Permaculture • Grow your own • Being self-sufficient • Natural beauty • Animal welfare • Community projects • Vegan recipes • Eco artists • Advocating • Protecting the oceans
We Want To Help Readers
Subscriptions to saplings
As a business we not only recognise the importance of reducing our carbon footprint but also giving something back to the planet. That’s why we have partnered with the World Preservation Foundation to capture carbon in the most natural way, by planting trees.
For every annual subscription to Be Kind Magazine, we will plant 12 trees. (6 issue Subscription = 6 trees) Overall the project is aiming to plant millions of trees in developing countries, such as Nepal, Madagascar, Haiti, Indonesia and Mozambique rebuilding the natural landscapes destroyed by deforestation.
Be Kind evolved from our passion to help change attitudes towards lifestyles that affect global warming and pollution, the largest of these being animal agriculture which accounts for over 18% of all green-house gas emissions. Taking the plunge and publishing Vegan Life, the first vegan title available on UK newsstands, we then set our targets on the other environmental issues and how we could help by providing inspiration and knowledge.
Our offices are:
Powered by EcoTricity
Heated by air source heat pumps
Lit by low energy LED panels.
Have recycling facilities
Kitchen waste wormery
60% of Staff are Vegan ( we are working on the others)