Kate Hall our talented new writer has written an awesome article about how to have a open discussion about ethical fashion without sounding like a patronising twat, because sometimes, just sometimes we do sound like that.
To make sustainability workable there is no absolute requirement of a single uncontested definition. Sustainability, similar to concepts of democracy or equality, is open to interpretation and like these terms the challenge lies in interpretation not definition.
The 31st of July not only marked one more month left of winter, but also the end of Plastic Free July, an initiative to raise awareness around the use of single use disposable plastics and encourage people to #choosetorefuse!
Living in larger cities can make us all feel disconnected with nature, it’s hard to find a sense of calm when there’s constant activity around. When surrounded by urban landscapes and the work hustle our (often tiny, crazy expensive) apartments can become a safe haven from the busy world outside, and what better way to make your home the ultimate retreat than to find ways to reconnect with the natural world and green up your apartment, no matter how small.
This week I have pulled together a glossary of terms for you to better understand the ethical lingo. It can be confusing and there are a lot of buzz words out there that can send our heads into a spin.
Here's a dedicated Ethical Terms A - Z especially for you.