For years I have judged people who threw away rubbish on the side of the road, I was raised to always throw my rubbish in a bin and anyone who did not was a delinquent in my opinion. I was… Read More »Value Creation Through Secondary Commercialisation
Interact more with the social responsibility aspect of sustainable fashion. This aspect entails improving labour conditions, properly ventilated work stations and healthy buildings. Eradication of slave and exploitative wages, along with abusing workers and ignoring their basic human rights. A… Read More »WHY DON’T YOU INTEND TO?
Introduction Sustainable Fashion is a branch of environmental ethics. As such, it is in the fashion industry’s best interests to align its goals with those of environmental practice using ecological approaches to fit fashion into the category. In environmental ethics… Read More »Eco-Efficiency VS Consumer based Eco-Efficiency
Introduction Globalisation, the process by which businesses or other organisations develop international influence or start operating on an international scale. The implementation of this concept has been running from as early as the 9th century, proving to be one of… Read More »Globalisation
Introduction Population growth and rapid changes in fashion trends are causing major textile waste concerns. Recent studies show that fashion alone generates at least 39 million tonnes of waste every year, with only 15% being recycled post-consumption. Fashion recycling is… Read More »Blended Textile Separation (Hydrothermal Treatment)
Part of sustaining a consumerist society is convincing people that they need new clothes/ products every season. This type of thinking is perpetuated by businesses who appeal to our cultural and psychological needs. We form our identities and creativity based… Read More »why don’t you intend to?