Slow fashion promotes choosing clothing that is sourced, produced, and distributed in a sustainable way instead of going to the nearest department store and buying things that are mass-produced and will only last for a short season. Here are 10 reasons you should consider ditching fast fashion:
The world needs new ways of tackling any form of waste and pollution that accelerates climate change. As the fashion industry moves towards sustainability, the hemp plant is emerging as a more sustainable option. Here are the 10 reasons why.
Cargo bikes have been in use for many years, with many observers touting them as a revolution in last-mile deliveries. Thanks to disruptive technology, the addition of electric power has made the bikes an even more attractive proposition to delivery companies and Eco-conscious individuals.
Whilst softening hard water will likely benefit you and your household, the same can’t be said for your garden. In fact, watering your garden, plants and soil with softened water is actually detrimental to their health.
However much adorable and lovable these animals are, research has shown that pets leave a significant carbon footprint in the environment mainly due to their eating habits. So, how do you mitigate the negative environmental impact of pet ownership? Consider these suggestions and alternatives.
How can a dog be bad for the environment? Aren't they part of it? Although they may be animals, our dogs aren't like wild wolves. They aren't adapted to the natural environment, but rather to human needs and desires which, as anyone concerned about the environment know, can often get out of control in our consumer driven culture. So how do you re-orient pet ownership to be more environmentally friendly?
According to a UN report, by 2050, the global electronic waste generated each year will have doubled from 50 million metric tonnes in 2020 to 110 million metric tonnes. As our collective adoption of technology and electronics continues to grow, so does the amount e-waste that's building up around the globe. Learn why e-waste is terrible for the environment and what you can do about it.
Fewer things are more precious and spectacular than coral reefs. These beautiful underwater ecosystems are essential for many reasons. Besides being home to one-quarter of all marine species, they protect coastal areas against storms and are a source of income to hundreds of millions of people. About 75% of these ecosystems face numerous threats that can decimate them. Here's what you can do to protect coral reefs on your next coastal trip.