The environmentalist, Survivor star and Garnier ambassador tells how small swaps can cause a tidal wave of change
Where does your love for the ocean come from? The ocean is a source of my inspiration, creativity, reflection and mindfulness. I love nothing more than getting salty and exploring our underwater worlds. We also need a healthy ocean to have healthy humans.
How can people be more mindful of the planet?
I always encourage people to get outside and enjoy the natural spaces around them. Whether it be the ocean, a lake, national park or a small reserve at the end of your street, connect with it. If you spend just five minutes watching, listening – it’s amazing what you’ll experience.
What positive changes can we make in our beauty routines to help protect Mother Nature?
Find out where your product is made and by whom, what ingredients are in it – are they detrimental to the planet or people? How is it packaged?
What packaging should we look for in beauty products?
The least possible, [and ones that] can be home-composted or recycled. Where your products end up at the end of their life is very important. We want to create a circular economy with items being put back into a loop system to keep them out of landfill. What’s your number one tip to help save the oceans?
Curiosity about our collective future is vital. When we are curious about the state of the world and our futures, we will learn and understand we need to act now.