While CO2 accounts for almost 80% of all GHGs and can almost entirely be attributed to the burning of fossil fuels, individuals like you and me also contribute to global warming, from the meat we eat to the Insta posts we publish. Here is how adopting a more conscious lifestyle can lower your impact on the planet.
Consumers are increasingly demanding more sustainable practices from their favourite fashion retailers, but there is still lots to do. From decolonising fashion, to increased inclusivity, and diversity and regenerative farming, here is a list of six topics you should look out for in 2021.
We have been featured in EcoVoice, Australia's leading environmental e-magazine. Indie & Isaac focuses on creating a village that keeps on giving. While organic and fair trade baby clothes seem to have gained some momentum over the past years, a bigger movement is needed to drive positive change.
Fast fashion's dirty secret is that up to 17 million microfibers are being released with each wash cycle, shedding plastic fibers from synthetic textiles into rivers and oceans while harming marine life and our own health. Learn how you can combat microplastic pollution and ensure non-toxic garments for your baby.
While there is a growing support for organic baby clothes and slow fashion, there is still a long way to go. To fully understand how we as individuals and businesses can reduce our carbon footprint, we must start looking beyond the “appeal” of the cheap, high turnover of fast fashion, and challenge not only ourselves but the entire industry.