Care What You Wear — Fixing Fast Fashion

Estimates suggest the fashion industry is the fifth-most polluting industry in the world. The newly released report, “A New Textiles Economy: Redesigning Fashion’s Future,” created by the Circular Fibres Initiative, presents a new model for the clothing industry that would reduce its negative impact.

Stop Buying ‘Fake’ Beef

In a lawsuit filed against the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), ranch groups and cattle producers allege that millions of pounds of imported beef are being labeled as “Products of the USA”. The USDA has argued that imported beef can be labeled as U.S. beef if it comes from a country with food safety standards that are equivalent to those in the U.S.

How to Use Regenerative Farming Principles to Grow Healthier Food in Your Own Garden

The challenge facing most farmers today is that conventional agriculture has decimated the topsoil with tilling and synthetic fertilizers. Mycorrhizal fungi grow in healthy soils and are responsible for nutrient transfers between plants and soil biology. The most critical thing in a plant’s life is its relationship with mycorrhizal fungi, which is why tillage and synthetic chemicals should be avoided.

La Ropa Tóxica Afecta a Todos

En función de donde se fabricaron sus prendas de vestir nuevas, podrían contener múltiples sustancias químicas preocupantes. Entre ellas, están los colorantes azoicos como anilina, que podrían causar reacciones cutáneas que van de leves a graves.