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The Low Impact Project

The Low Impact Project is an ongoing photographic journal asking people what they're doing – or what they are trying to do to reduce their environmental impact.

"I always do selective sorting, eat seasonal fruits and vegetables, walk as often as possible.I’m not a vegetarian but I try to eat meat as little as possible. I use my own shopping bag when doing groceries. I (almost) never take a bath, and always try to take really quick showers to save water".

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Lucie Bascoul

Maud

Alice

"I try my best to avoid buying into fast fashion. I know the fashion industry is a huge contributor to greenhouse gasses so it feels good finding something that I like when it's second hand. Plus its usually really cheap and a little more unique."

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Emily O'Connell

"Everyday I try to be intentional about what I’m buying and also have honest conversations about what I actually need. I like making shopping lists so I don’t over consume. Surrounding myself with positive and solutions oriented people helps me remain dedicated to living an eco-friendly lifestyle. Also of course being zero waste and not using single use plastics."

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Green Girl Leah

Leah

Anna

"I try to reduce the negative impact on the planet in most aspects of my life. Which is not something you do in one day or over a night. I suggest, that one begins with the things that are the easiest for you."

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Sara Gangsted

"I try to reduce my impact with mostly buying clothes second-hand. When I buy something ‘new’ for myself, I always look for qualities and materials that can last for a long time and can be used season after season."

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Sara Gangsted

Cille

Sana

"I can’t say that I am a big activist in this matter, as I do not have so much knowledge to the point where I can say what is right or wrong. One thing that I do is find value and joy in is the little things, like knowing where the foods and products I consume come from. I naturally find much joy and value in this. The difference in taste has such an impact on me. I’m probably not consciously trying to pick and choose foods that have a low impact on the environment, but I do give importance to the value of knowing how, where and who creates the product. This relates to almost everything everything I consume.".

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Shot by: 
Lobke Leijser

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