Textural Italian Jaquard 100% GOTS Certified
use cloth instead of paper towels which destroy 51,000 trees per day. the paper industry is the third largest contributor to global climate change. a good cloth towel will last generations.
always buy organic. certified organic. certified organic soil absorbs many times more CO₂ than conventional soil and is a significant way to reduce climate change.
use organic textiles whenever possible. 16% of the planet’s pesticide are used on conventional cotton. up to 5 pounds of toxic processing is used for every one pound of conventional cotton.
do not use pesticides containing neonicotinoids, which are proven to kill bees and other pollinators. 1 out of every 3 bites of food we eat and between 75% and 95% of all flowering plants need pollinators.
opt for renewable energy (solar, wind, etc.) for home and business. fossil fuel use is the primary source of CO₂ emissions. reducing fossil fuels (especially coal) is the single largest way to reduce climate change.
avoid buying acrylic, nylon, or polyester fabrics. if buying these in recycled fabric, wash with a microfiber-retaining washing bag. these fabrics release microfibers which are now the most abundant form of plastic pollution in our oceans.