We need to be having a real conversation about the end of an era.
No, it’s not scare-mongering. And yes, there are more important things in the world than a daily espresso. However, the possible extinction of the coffee bean could have a wider-ranging, and more devastating, impact than you think… read more
Grow Your Own
The CeCe collective are also passionate about our connection to natural environments. Being in and connecting to nature has proving to be an important part of well-being.
Cece’s is also about inspiring how we reconnect to nature in small as well as big ways.
Cece’s advocates for green and natural spaces to be available and accessible for all.
So how do we think global yet connect and act local when we know how nature also builds community?
Cece’s Mighty Network is a place for us to be able to continue the conversation that the poets and live music has started. Join the conversation!
Do you grow your own or have you ever thought about growing your own food?
Sometimes our connection to nature doesn’t have to be about growing food it can also be about small intimate moments with nature. Looking after house plants, maintaining your front garden, growing things on window boxes.
Many of us wants to continue the conversation around how we can be empowered when climate change seems like such a massive subject. The first thing you wanted to do is connect with others so you don’t feel so isolated or overwhelmed.
Join like-minded people in discussions, knowledge sharing, and creative responses to the climate , ecological and environmental crisis in the Cece’s Mighty Network!
Books, Articles & Websites
Recommended reading and source information to raise awareness and inspire.
Coffee: The True Story
Arguably the most valuable legally traded commodity in the world after oil, coffee’s dark five-hundred year history links alchemy and anthropology, poetry and politics, and science and slavery. Revolutions have been hatched in coffee houses, secret societies and commercial alliances formed, and politics and art endlessly debated…. read more
The Minimum Security Chronicles
Resistance to Ecocide by Stephanie McMillan
“… a lovestruck community gardener, a militant bunny and a guinea pig theorist—who try to halt the plans of evil corporate overlords bent on destroying the Earth for profit.”