Sustainability news 170218

Sustainability news 170218

{ From our last Sunday brunch in London. I can’t wait till we have our own place to recreate this }

This week has been a whirlwind since my favourite human and I moved back to Denmark a few days ago. Settling back into life here involves; finding a place to live, buy a car (I want to get a Tesla, but I know reality will prevent me), a new bed and of course trying to find time to catch up with everyone. I’m taking some time away from the computer to focus on the real world and it feels so good and necessary. I’m not sure when I’ll be back with new content, but at the least I wanted to share another week’s worth of sustainability news. It’s one of my favourite posts, because I feel sharing knowledge on the topic of ethical and sustainable fashion is such an important part of changing the industry. I hope you agree.

Here’s this week’s sustainability news

Suicide at Indian spinning mill sparks child labour investigation.

If you’re interested in educating yourself a bit on the topic of ethical and sustainable fashion (and why wouldn’t you be? Knowledge is power) here is a great list of 20 must read books on subject.

Plastic free – are we missing the bigger picture? An important question by Paula Haunit founder of Sheer Apparel, this lady has a lot on her mind and is helping change the industry one well-dressed woman at a time, learn more about her in my interview with her from last year.

How ads against consumerism help sustainability.

Patagonia steps up environmental activism with dating site for grassroots projects.

7 key trends all sustainability execs should watch.

Timberland and blockchain technology is helping rebuild Haiti’s (organic) cotton industry.

We all need to shop less and mend more.

Four ways to ensure sustainable fashion is here to stay.

 

 

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