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Recent research roundup: January 2017

This round-up, compiled by Jack Lampkin and Ruth Hayhurst, looks at recent studies about fracking. Please let us know if we’ve missed a report you think should be included. 1,560 more words


ThreadSol Gets Acknowledged as a Sustainability Leader for Manufacturing at Parivartan Awards

Source: https://www.telegraphindia.com

ThreadSol Pvt Ltd. has been winning accolades for its path breaking concept and pioneering work. The 2016 Parivartan Sustainability Leadership Awards were announced in New Delhi recently, where ThreadSol was recognized for their innovation in developing smart and resource efficient garment manufacturing solutions, along with other large corporates, emerging innovators and individuals leading the charge in the sustainability space. 360 more words


Tencel a strong textile solution for sustainable textile products

Source: http://www.yarnsandfibers.com

Environmentally aware manufacturers have been concentrating on products having a green label due to which sustainable textile products are becoming more and more important, illustrated by the business growth achieved by eco-conscious manufacturers. 328 more words


Learn How to Make Cool Macrame Bags!

Make cool macrame bags with @FlushingCSA Sun, Jan 29, 1pm, @QueensLyceum! RSVP: http://fb.com/events/1782150805378638/

DIY Reusable Macrame Shopping Bag Workshop with Flushing CSA
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Our Unique Responsibility

I thought I’d write a bit about some of my thoughts on conservation issues, with a particular emphasis on humans as part of the natural world, rather than the way we’re normally seen as something separate. 1,292 more words

When will all retailers produce sustainable and ethical fashion?

Many people are still completely unaware that the clothing industry is the second largest polluter in the world. Usually when we think of pollution and climate change certain sectors such as transportation come to mind, however  it is “fast fashion,” clothing which is cheap, quickly disgarded in an out of control spiralling cycle created through greed and toxicity. 362 more words


A Plastic Ocean Documentary Film Review

Recent reports suggest there are more pieces of plastic in the world’s oceans than fish. That’s because large pieces of plastic waste debris from fishing, beaches, rivers & shipping break-up rather than break-down in the natural environment. 576 more words