Welcome to our blog about sustainability

Why we use Hemp Apparel

HEMP APPAREL IS THE FUTURE When we compare hemp apparel with cotton and other materials, we see that hemp has the advantage in most ways. It is one of those materials such as bamboo, which are superior to typical plants in terms of sustainability and quality. As you...

Why big clothing companies don’t use hemp and bamboo

Clothes made with hemp and bamboo are much more sustainable and healthier for your skin than those made with cotton. We saw in the article Bamboo and its (great) properties everything that this plant brings to the planet and people. You may wonder why stores are not...

Deforestation and CO2

The loss of tropical forest reached the incredible figure of 29.7 million hectares in 2016 and 15.8 million in 2017. Deforestation is one of the main reasons. A clear picture of the reality: If the evolution of deforestation in the Amazon continues, more than 50% of...

We Eat and Drink Plastic Microfibers Every Day

In our mini article called “Polyester, a disaster for our oceans” we explain what plastic microfibers are and how they are polluting all the natural waterways before ending up in the oceans. In this week’s article you will find out how exactly you are consuming...

Bamboo and its (great) properties

What is Bamboo? This plant so famous thanks to pandas, grows naturally on all continents except Europe, especially in Central and South America, much of Africa, and eastern and southern Asia. It has a very characteristic shape, with a stem with the same thickness...

The Water Footprint of your T-shirt

 Having established how important it is to be efficient with our freshwater supply on Earth in our article called “The water problem”, now let’s talk about the water footprint of the most common piece of clothing today, the t-shirt. Cotton vs Hemp Producing 1kg of...

Polyester, a disaster for our oceans

What are the synthetic fibers such as polyester?   The term “synthetic” refers to clothing made of oil-based fibers, such as polyester, nylon, and acrylic. These fibers are types of plastic and make up for 62% of worldwide fiber consumption. Synthetic fabrics...

The water problem

Our planet is drying up. The water problem exists.  Most people are aware of the water problem to some degree, hearing messages such as “take shorter showers” and “eat less meat to reduce your water footprint” being exclaimed continuously. But most people have no idea...

The problems of fast fashion

Is fast fashion bad fashion?  This is a term you have heard a million times already. Fast Fashion. It is the label that has been placed on the way in which mainstream clothing brands, such as H&M and ZARA, use low prices and weekly new incoming trends to...

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