Sophia Li is a Chinese-American multimedia journalist and film director. She’s worked on projects like a short documentary on the biggest landfill in the US in partnership with environmental non-profit, Slow Factory, and in her previous life, she worked at Vogue.
East Olivia is a women-led creative agency with expertise in large-scale floral art installations. When the pandemic and subsequent shutdown of events happened, the team pivoted and launched an online floral e-commerce business to stay afloat.
At Stojo, we care about a few things: convenience, the planet, and damn good design. Today, we’re narrowing in on just one of those aspects, and that’s the planet. More specifically, we’re talking about how Stojo as a company—and by extension, our amazing customers that make it all possible—is making a positive impact on the world.
Let’s all take a collective sigh of relief. 2020 is finally over, at long last. Now that you’ve survived one of the most challenging years on record, give yourself a well-deserved pat on the back. Despite the fact that we’re not out of the woods yet, there’s still a lot to look forward to in this new year. And there are ways you can make a positive impact on the world, too.
Navigating reusables these days is tricky. That’s why we’ve laid out three easy steps to serve as your guide to get back in the habit. And- to help you remember- we’ve turned it into a pledge that anyone can take, joining a community of like-minded eco-warriors on a mission. We’re dedicated to ending disposable culture, and we’re making it simple and accessible.