#sustainability



I support sustainability and I care about our environment. Whether it be through my own thrifting and vintage shopping or general knowledge about each brands manufacturing process - saving water during everyday chores and recycling whatever I can. It is a growing philosophy around the world and I encourage everyone to take their social and environmental responsibility serious. For our future. I'm not fanatic, but I do take these things into consideration in my everyday life and here on my blog.
If your care too, here are some useful links:
  • Greenpeace
    Greenpeace is an independent global campaigning organisation that acts to change attitudes and behaviour, to protect and conserve the environment and to promote peace.
  • www.peta.org
    People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is the largest animal rights organization in the world, with more than 3 million members and supporters.
  • WWF
    Our mission is to build a future in which people live in harmony with nature
  • 50 ways to help the planet
  • www.nicefashion.org
    Nordic Initiative Clean & Ethical (NICE), a project under Nordic Fashion Association: A community for fashion designers, people in the textile sector and concerned consumers who want more transparency in the fashion business.
  • www.learnhowtobenice.com 
    “HOW TO BE NICE” is a new tool to make the fashion industry more accountable. The global fashion and textile industry is the world’s third largest industry and one of the most polluting – especially in relation to the climate, the environment and social responsibility.
  • www.sustainable-fashion.org
    Founded at Princeton University in 2011, The Sustainable Fashion Initiative is dedicated to cultivating a culture of sustainability in the fashion industry that is grounded in the conviction of young consumers to live, create, and shop purposefully. 

My tips: Turn of the tap and save water. Move away from a busy and crowded city. Buy eco friendly clothes. Turn of the light.  Use leftover food. Stop buying bottled water if you don't have to. Donate to charity. Start your own business instead of working for big corporate firms. Use your bike. Make food from scratch. Plant seeds. Help the bees. Pay it forward.


Other things I care about:
  • www.allout.org
    All Out is mobilizing millions of people and their social networks to build a powerful global movement for love and equality.