How Quality Can Inspire Action; Chilliprinting and The Good Game

Corey HarnishBlog

Chilliprinting has come a long way since our early days. We’ve been around for over 25 years and we know it’s because we’ve always set our sights on delivering the highest quality in the market. With a strong focus on quality we’ve been able to help clients reach their goals whether it be through poster printing, flyers, letterhead and more. … Read More

Dreamers events for dreamers like you

Corey HarnishBlog, News

Are you looking for events which are full of like-minded dreamers? There are plenty of expos, festivals and summits taking place that are making the world a better place. I’m going to take you through 5 of the best dreamers events. 5) Green Festival Expo The Green Festival Expo is the “largest and longest-running sustainability and green living event” in … Read More

Artificial Intelligence VS Human Being

Corey HarnishBlog, Innovation

Recently, the battle between Google AlphaGo and Lee Sedol, a professional Go player from South Korea, has again led to a heated discussion with regard to artificial intelligence. Who is the Super Brain? The human, or the machine? Many people have such questions in mind. In my opinion, whether the winner is AlphaGo or Lee Sedol, the ultimate winner is … Read More

Zappos: Revolutionizing the world of work, one shoe at a time

Corey HarnishBlog, Inspiration


I doubt I need to ask if you’ve ever heard of the online shoe retailer, Zappos! The company have been thriving since 1999, when CEO Tony Hsieh was struck with the simple and ingenious idea to sell shoes online (an extremely good call when you look at our online buying culture today!). As well as seeing constant increase in sales … Read More

Food Matters: Education not medication!

Corey HarnishBlog, Documentary

“When people take vitamins, the vitamins don’t specifically do it. They enable the body to do it, they enable the body to heal itself. This is a totally different way of looking at it.” – Dr Andrew Saul Husband and wife duo, James Colquhoun and Laurentine ten Bosch, have brought a life-changing documentary to our screens. The feature-length program focuses … Read More

New Energy Source – The Super Solar Cells

Corey HarnishBlog, Innovation

My previous article about solar-powered phone chargers touched upon the damaging effects of fossil fuels and highlighted the need to discover eco-friendly, renewable new energy sources. Olga Malinkiewicz, a Polish scientist and founder of SAULE technologies, has contributed to the development of low-temperature, flexible perovskites which can be used to generate solar energy. Olga’s discovery, made at the University of Valencia, … Read More

How Giant Fans are turning harmful CO2 into Useful Fuel

Corey HarnishInnovation, Planet

Carbon dioxide is destroying the planet. Okay, I know that you think I am talking crazy. Carbon dioxide is naturally present in the ecosystem as part of the Earth’s carbon cycle, which can be simplified into two steps: humans and animals breathe in oxygen from the air and breathe out carbon dioxide as a product of cellular respiration. plants take … Read More

Power-On-The-Go: Solar power to keep your phone charged up everywhere

Corey HarnishBlog, Innovation

snow lizard slxtreme

If you’re like me, you must be sick and tired of your phone battery running low when you’re on the move and don’t have instant access to a plug socket. Wouldn’t it be great if you could just charge your phone anywhere without being restricted by the need for a socket? Wouldn’t it be better still if this portable charger … Read More

Zero Waste Life: Interview with Lauren Singer

Pawel Alva NazarukBlog, Influencers

trash - zero waste life

In this podcast, Pawel chats with Lauren Singer, New York’s greenest lady who is living a zero waste life. Lauren is a popular blogger, running her own Trash is for Tossers site that gives viewers insight and tips on how they can live a waste-free life. In 4 years, Lauren has produced trash to fill only one single mason jar. … Read More

Roadway for the future – Solar Roadways

Corey HarnishBlog, Innovation

Solar power has truly hit the mainstream – jackets, vehicles, electronics, etc., everything can be solar powered. So how about roads? What if we can use the space to generate electricity to reduce the use of fossil fuels? Isn’t it a perfect combination? Indeed, solar panel road is no longer a concept now – the idea has already been realized … Read More

How Ellen DeGeneres is Making the World a Better Place

Corey HarnishBlog, Influencers

Ellen DeGeneres has been conquering the hearts of millions with a loveable mix of humor and compassion. Many will know her as host of the wildly successful The Ellen Show which entertains us throughout the week with star-studded interviews, games and competitions. The show has seen the likes of Michelle Obama, George Clooney, Zac Efron and Adele! Others will recognize … Read More

Dosomethingfornothing, Happiness is costless

Corey HarnishBlog, Inspiration

For the past year, hairdresser Josh Coombes has been giving the streets of London a makeover…for free! Wanting to do more for the homeless than just “give them a bit of loose change”, Josh sought to create situations that provoke empathy and make those less fortunate feel that someone cares. Here began the idea to give free haircuts to people … Read More

Akira Sakano’s 34 ways to create a Zero Waste Home

Corey HarnishBlog, Inspiration

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Kamikatsu, Japan is the first zero waste city in the world. Akira Sakano is the dreamer responsible for bringing the zero waste city to life and for making the world a better place right now. The zero waste city is built upon 34 principles that puts an end to the generation of waste. If you want to … Read More

Donating Blood: A chat with Ross Herron

Pawel Alva NazarukInfluencers, Podcasts

donating blood, changing the world

In this episode, CEO of Better World International, Pawel Alva Nazaruk, has a fascinating conversation with Dr Ross Herron, a leading pathologist and expert in transfusion medicine, regarding to donating blood. Ross has dedicated his career to raising awareness and trying to encourage people to donate blood, especially in his home region of Southern California. Over the course of their … Read More

How serious is climate change? Interview with Andrew Weaver

Corey HarnishBlog, Planet

Our today’s guest is Andrew Weaver, a Canadian climate scientist and the leader of the Green Party of British Columbia. As the lead author in the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel  on Climate Change 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th scientific assessments, Andrew will talk about the challenges of climate change faced by current society and how the community as a whole can … Read More

Documentary review Ocras – The hidden story behind SeaWorld

Pawel Alva NazarukBlog, Reviews

Direct by Gabriela Cowperthwaite, Blackfish is an eye-opening, heart-wrenching documentary that explores the controversy and cruelty of holding marine mammals in captivity only for human entertainment. The story starts with the death of the SeaWorld trainer Dawn Brancheau, who was attacked and killed by an ocra named Tilikum in the summer of 2010. Ocras, commonly known as killer whales, are … Read More

10 Gift Ideas for the Holidays that are both Chic and Eco-friendly

Corey HarnishBlog, Reviews


Nowadays, people around the world are talking about ‘going green’ constantly, and most are willing to and striving to be more environmentally conscious through an eco-friendly lifestyle choice. However, when it comes to your green-minded family members, friends, and co-workers what should be the best gift for them on their birthday, at Christmas and other holidays? Eco-friendly gift ideas may … Read More

Planning on going to Mars? Here’s how a leaf can help you breathe.

Corey HarnishBlog, Innovation

bio leaf

Atmospheric pollution is a growing problem. As carbon dioxide emissions rise the need for better quality oxygen grows. Many of us have seen the harrowing pictures in China of people forced to wear facemasks due to the smog being too toxic to inhale. As the average person’s carbon footprint is increasing, it is likely the West will face the same … Read More