There’s a lot of hype around the term "Greenwashing" these days. But what is it? And how to avoid it? Let’s try to clear that up. Did you notice the increase of eco-friendly products on the market recently? Everything from food and beauty products, to cars and furniture now wears the eco tag.
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Textile waste has greatly increased over the past few years, making sustainable shopping a necessity. The Natural Resources Defense Council reports that waste from these manufacturing plants generates over a fifth of the earth’s total water pollutants. Plants in China also produce three billion tons of soot which not only contaminates the air but can cause ecological repercussions and health issues for people living in the area. The increased production of textile products stems from society’s overconsumption. When it comes to quality vs quantity, quantity is unfortunately more important today. But why do we give in to the need for...
Even those of us who like to think we are living an eco-friendly life can end up wasting energy through thoughtlessness, carelessness, or simply because we don’t know that our actions are wasting energy at all. With that in mind, let’s look at some of the most common ways you could be wasting energy accidentally so that you can hopefully avoid doing so in the future: