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Circular Fashion: Reuse, Reduce, Recycle
Circular fashion, or "circular economy" is defined as a system of designing out waste and pollution, keeping products and materials in use longer, ensuring that clothes can be made again, and returned safely to biosphere when it can no longer be used. Play on to learn more about how fashion industry is moving towards circularity and how you can help close the loop!
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Reuse, Resell and Recycle
One way we can have a disproportionately positive impact on the environment is to get more use out of the clothes we already own.
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Impact on Oceans and Waters
In most of the countries in which garments are produced, untreated toxic wastewaters from textiles factories are dumped directly into the rivers.
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Sustainable Materials
Our clothes and shoes and accessories are made from natural and synthetic fibers. Production of these materials require enormous resources such as water, soil and energy.
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Biodiversity
Less known and less covered, is fashion's heavy footprint on biodiversity. Broadly defined as the variety of all life forms on earth, biodiversity matters. We rely on it for food and energy, and we depend on its irreplaceable role in sustaining air quality, providing fresh water and soil, and regulating climate.
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Reducing Carbon Emissions
As a significant contributor to climate change, the fashion industry needs to act now to cut its greenhouse gas emissions.
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Sustainability Challenge: Intro
Fashion is a major industry that has an enormous impact on people and environment. Complete the Sustainability Challenge to become a little more informed and help the industry become more environmentally friendly and socially just.
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FUTURA Jewelry: The Truth About Gold
FUTURA was born out of the mission to eliminate a global threat to the planet you may not even know about: Mercury Emissions. They are proud of the fact that their jewelry is made with only 18-karat Certified FAIRMINED Ecological gold, which is gold that is mined without the use of toxic chemicals, including mercury. They believe in clean gold for a clean earth and creating timeless jewelry with a purpose.
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Alice + Whittles: Rubber Grows on Trees
Alice + Whittles found a way to work with the environment as opposed to further destroy it - the way they source their rubber is to collect it from trees.
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The R Collective: Rescue, Reuse, Reimagine
The R Collective combines the ideals of circular fashion with timeless and elegant design thanks to these three little words: rescue, reuse, and reimagine.
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