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Cotton is the most polluting clothing fibre in the world, as it consumes a lot of fresh water, but over and above consumes greater than 25 per cent of the world’s pesticides. However, its astounding properties make it the most highly demanding and widely used fibre in the world.Read More
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When you use or buy organic cotton clothing, you may have seen that there’re different labels that guarantee that what you are buying is actually organic cotton. Beware that some of these labels are directly put up by the brands themselves and others are recognized by certifying bodies that adhere to strict environmental regulations.Read More
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Many people don’t worry about where their clothes comes from, or how they affect the environment as long as they’re affordable Consumers don’t understand that most clothing items come from plant fibres that are subjected to radiation, genetically modified or treated with chemical pesticides or synthetic chemicalsRead More
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An increasing number of people are affected by reaction, allergies and skin sensitivities to fabrics and dyes. And this comes as no real surprise. Many fabrics on the markets, particularly labelled “wrinkle-free” and “stain resistant”, are subjected to treatment by harsh chemicals such as dyes, glues, formaldehyde, finishing resins and chemical additives.Read More
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Traditional options like direct dyes and vat dyes affect the environment and the people who work them. On the other hand, low impact dyes are non-toxic and eco-friendly to workers. We have seen in the previous blogs that traditional dyes are made of toxic chemicals that end up into soil and water sources.Read More
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This blog will throw some more light on the role played by COVID-19 in shifting consumer awareness towards sustainable fashion. The spiraling effects of COVID-19 has impacted the livelihood of more than 50 million garment workers the world over.Read More
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From 2019 being the ‘Year of Sustainability’ to 2020 defined by the spiraling effects of Coronavirus or COVID-19, we have come a long way. The Coronavirus has brought about a shift in the way the fast fashion industry is viewed, paving the way to sustainable fashion.Read More
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We, as consumers, are exposed to a number of chemicals including carcinogens and endocrine disruptors on an everyday basis ranging from perfume, cleaning products to personal care.Read More
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The World Environment Day is celebrated globally every year on June 5 as the United Nations' main vehicle for raising awareness and outlining an action plan for the protection of the environment and planet Earth.Read More
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The summers are on, and the country is feeling the heat. The rising temperature in most regions of the country has pushed people to adopt novel means to stay away from the heat.Read More
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