The messages, according to the company, are all about drawing attention to our out-of-control throw-away society
AirBnB has launched Social Impact Experiences. Now you can travel to a place and make a positive difference when you get there.
Recently Zara launched its new ‘Join Life’ collection – its pitch to the fast fashion lovers with an eye to the future. I watched with interest how this was received.
If you’ve worn a wetsuit in the last few decades, you’ve worn a material called neoprene.
People love to see the world, and it’s what increasing numbers of them are choosing to do when they get the chance. Over 1.1 billion people took a foreign holiday in 2014 and we can expect this to continue to grow.
With 7 billion people in the world, we are into new territory when it comes to providing food for such quantities of people.
I need a new pair of jeans. Obviously, I want a great pair of jeans since I’m going to be wearing them so much. But what’s the best choice from the sustainability point of view?
Are the high street fashion chains living in an ethical desert, or are there places that may serve as the first step on the journey towards more sustainable buying habits?