We often talk about fashion when it comes to sustainability. But what about work clothing? Many professions require specific work clothes. One look at a construction site or in a factory and you know enough – these are a lot of clothes. Exactly what workwear manufacturer Havep also thought: This can be more sustainable.
Sustainability has become a growing conversation in the fashion industry- especially due to big fast fashion brands. Yet, home textiles have had a much quieter sustainability conversation. Sustainable home goods brand Buffy thought it was about time to wake up the market. So, they created high quality sustainable bedding and measured their environmental footprint to prove it.
According to the 2015 Paris Agreement we have to halve our carbon emissions by 2030. So- where do you start? When measuring your carbon footprint, you categorize your emissions into three scopes: scope 1, 2, and 3. We previously discussed scope 1 emissions in our first blog about measuring your carbon footprint. Today it’s time for scope 2 emissions. What are they and how can I report them?
Water. The most crucial substance for the survival of humankind. Yet, often we tend to forget just how important water is for us, and how much we take it for granted. This is a problem. Because we do not only consume water for our daily drinking, cooking, or showering. There is hidden water usage in (almost) every product we use. And today we’re going to talk about that.