World Environment Day and Being a Force for Good

World Environment Day and Being a Force for Good

Today, people are rethinking their relationship with nature. As the effects of climate change ravage many parts of the world and we experience some of the most extreme weather events on record, we must urgently think of innovative ways to inspire collective action to address climate change.

World Environment Day and Being a Force for Good

The latest sustainability research commissioned by Mastercard has shown a marked increase in consumer passion for the environment, as personal attitudes toward the environment evolve.

The study revealed that 98% of adults in South Africa are willing to take personal action on sustainability issues.

In light of this and ahead of World Environmental Day on 5 June, Mark Elliott, Division President of Mastercard South Africa and Peter Ndunda, Kenya Country Lead at Global Restoration Initiative, joined Brent Lindeque on Good Things Guy to discuss the Mastercard Priceless Coalition and sustainability efforts in being a force for good.

Press play below to listen.

Meanwhile, last week Hlubi Mboya sat down with Good Things Guy Brent Lindeque to chat about her new movie, COVID-19 and what's next for the South African actress.

Human trafficking is an extremely tough subject to bring to life on film, but Hlubi Mboya does the role justice in "I Am All Girls", and the international community is in agreement that this proudly South African film is a must-see.

The film follows the story of how a special crimes investigator forms an unlikely bond with a serial killer to bring down a global child sex trafficking syndicate. Some parts are loosely based on a real South African story.

After premiering on 14 May 2021, the SA movie moved up the ranks on "What's on Netflix" to the number 2 spot before settling in at number 9 late last month.

Listen to the interview in the podcast below.

Hlubi Mboya on Good Things Guy podcast

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