...aka tips for an (almost) waste-free household. In my last post, I discussed the green marketing and pointed out that not everything that seems “eco-friendly” actually is eco friendly. I even said that a paper bag might not always be the most ecological variant (based on several studies). You might feel confused now. Maybe you … Continue reading My beautiful minimum waste home
In my last post, I wrote my thoughts on the information by the World Bank that in 50 years we are going to drown in waste. I ended the blog post by saying that business need to change their models from linear to circular ones. Linear = make-take-dispose, circular=make-take-reuse, remember? ... Let's take the example … Continue reading The responsible future of shopping
In 50 years we’re going to drown in waste. Or? The World Bank has recently published a study that has a pretty catastrophic conclusion - in 50 years we will drown in waste. Sounds pretty harsh right? Hard to say if this prediction is right or wrong, probably not, since we’ve already heard a lot … Continue reading Are we going to drown in waste soon?
So what are we going to talk about today? You guessed it- my beloved waste. This time, about the waste that is created in the fashion industry. It’s a pretty hot issue right now. The Ellen MacArthur Foundation has recently published a report which reveals the numbers related to waste in the fashion industry. In … Continue reading Sustainable is the new black
So I went to this event as a part of my job. An amazing event. Amina J. Mohammed, the Deputy Secretary General of the UN (meaning the second-highest ranked person in the UN), came to Prague. A short discussion framed by the SDGs’ agenda was organized on the premises of the UN Czech Republic. Besides … Continue reading Change the world? Let’s do it little by little