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5 reasons to plant trees

Why should we plant trees? Trees are the lungs of our planet. They absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and release oxygen. They also provide protection for other plants and animals that live in forests 💚.  🌱 Facts:  Human activity has altered almost 75% of the earth’s surface, squeezing wildlife & nature into a small […]

Biodegradable vs compostable and can textiles be biodegradable? 🤔

Biodegradable and compostable... What do they mean? Which one's better? The answer is not that simple. They're two different things: 🌱 Compostable products will break down into water and biomass in a compost site. They can be thrown together with food waste in your green bin and will break down faster. 🌱 Biodegradable products will […]

Cut the Greed, not the Greens!

Could you imagine having to carry oxygen cylinders on your back all the time while going out? Umm, surely it won’t go well with all the millennials #OOTD. But will we need to carry oxygen cylinders any time soon? Only if we continue to cut the trees unnecessarily and don’t plant them back. So why […]

6 Must-Watch Documentaries on Sustainability and Environment

We can be conscious consumers only if we know more about what we buy and what's hidden under the hood. So, here we picked a list of 6 documentaries on Netflix that say it all. Some have pretty raw and scary images in them, some are mind-blowing. Are you ready? Here we go! 1. Cowspiracy: […]

What is zero waste?

In short, zero waste is all about being a responsible and informed consumer. In not-so-short: The movement itself is targeting the producers, the political and the community's responsibility. So the goal is to push our economy to stop filling the lands, incinerators and oceans with waste and to adopt a better way of producing (no […]

What is Slow Fashion?

The Slow Fashion movement emerged around 20 years ago, and it counteracts Fast Fashion by trying to instil in manufacturers a 'slower' way of making clothes and trying to make consumers understand that they do not need to buy new clothes every day. Slow Fashion asks the consumer to make an effort and to be […]

8 not-so-nice Fast Fashion impacts

Before talking about the impact, it is important to know why. The production pace of Fast Fashion companies is only sustainable by producing in countries where labour costs are low and where workers are easily exploited. In the last twenty years, spending little to dress well and in various ways has become the norm for […]

What is Fast Fashion? & the short story

Fast fashion, or even better: 'disposable' fashion is a term we use when we mean those companies that produce and sell cheap and fashionable clothes, always creating new ones - it's the strategy that has made fashion "low cost". How is Fast Fashion born? It wasn't born yesterday. In fact, if we want to think […]
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