Sustainability news 270517

Sustainability news 270517

{ Dreaming of starting my weekend with a brunch like this }

This weekend will be filled with equal amount of fun and work to finish before I fly back to Denmark on Tuesday. I have my yoga teacher exam next weekend – I can’t believe ten months have gone by already since I started the training. Not sure I feel ready, but I’m looking so much forward to seeing where this journey takes me. I hope you’re having a sunny, relaxing weekend wherever you are – hopefully with some time to catch up on this week’s sustainability news from around the world.

I’m always on the lookout for a shampoo that’s not to harsh on my scalp and am considering trying out the new Cradle to Cradle® certified shampoo and conditioner from L’Oréal.

Why ethical shopping is so much more difficult when it comes to fashion than for example food.

H&M says they’ve updated their fair living wage strategy. And the H&M Foundation pledges $20,5 million to education, clean water and women’s empowerment. At least they are reqocnising there’s work to be done.

Lenzing, the company behind my favourite material Tencel®, have launched another sustainable material.

Earlier this week I’ve also touched upon how and why you need to be more conscious when buying cotton products and this article describes the advantages of organic over conventional perfectly.

Looking for eco-friendly menswear? This brand promises a 30 year guarantee.

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