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The Eco Guide to Laundry

There’s another laundry menace in town: microfibres. According to research by Plymouth University, washing 6kg of clothes can result in up to 728,789 fibers (for acrylic clothes) released as oceanic pollution.

How Ancient Crops Could Counteract Climate Change Effects

‘These crops could be the answer to the climate change effects that we will experience more and more,’ said Prof. Jacobsen, who is the project coordinator of PROTEIN2FOOD, an EU-funded project that’s exploring ancient crops and legumes to help make modern agriculture more sustainable.

Rooting the Fashion Revolution in the Soil

With the conscious consumer Fashion Revolution underway, we need to dig down to the soil level. We need to ask deeper questions of brands and ourselves about each material ingredient and process throughout the life of a garment; we need scientists and activists to take the fashion industry seriously as a contributor to global climate change, and we need to invest in Climate Beneficial systems.