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Compost • Waste management

Fast Fashion and its impact on the environment

A design, manufacturing, and marketing strategy called “Fast Fashion” is geared toward quickly producing large quantities of garments. By definition Fast Fashion is inexpensive clothing produced rapidly by mass-market retailers in response to the latest trends. Its goal is to introduce current catwalk trends and high-fashion designs to retail outlets when demand is at its peak by mass-producing them cheaply and replicating them in large quantities. This comes with heavy negative environmental consequences. The alternative? Minimalism and Organic Clothing.

Compost • Waste management

Composting: A solution to many challenges

We usually throw away the excess food items with our trash without segregating them. It’s out of sight, out of mind! Unsegregated waste that includes Bio-waste, plastics etc. either sit on landfills or is incinerated. Since the waste is not separated, the waste cannot be recycled and also cannot be decomposed. So the waste remains on landfills. The food waste, over time, gets decomposed but with a high price. The food waste rots and releases methane!

Organic food • Hydroponics

Grow organic food at home using Hydroponics

Hydroponic system, I reckon you’ve heard that term quite a few times. Especially if when you are eating salads. By definition- Hydroponics is the art of growing plants without soil. Yes, you heard it right. Also, it is very doable and can be the new way of growing plants in your home. Let’s understand all about it.

Compost • Waste management

Life-cycle of a plastic Toothbrush

The first thing that we do when we wake up in the morning is mindlessly getting a hold of our toothbrush. Have you ever given enough thought to think about the seemingly insignificant object? We don’t really give our toothbrushes a second thought. Yes, it’s just a toothbrush; yet, when we examine its entire life cycle, we get to see how far-reaching the problem really is. In reality, plastic toothbrushes have a much longer life than us humans. They stick around for hundreds of years.In this article, I am going to break down the life-cycle of a toothbrush to give you an idea of how our subconscious decision making has a significant impact on the environment.

Compost • Waste management

Microplastics: A Macro Problem of our daily lives

This quote by Mr. Hincks, author of the book ‘An author of life’, got me really intrigued. When I researched more about this, I was appalled with what I found out! Just to let you visualize what I got through my research, every liter of what that we drink, irrespective of the brand or the purifier we have at home, has around 325 microplastics in it. Microplastics. We are eating it, drinking it, inhaling it, and utilizing it in every aspect of our lives. Microplastics are referred to as plastic particles that are less than 5 mm in length. They originate from a variety of sources. Primary microplastics are those that are directly released into nature as small particles e.g., microbeads in facial scrubs.

Sustainabilty • Carbon emission control

Environment for economy: A case study of Denmark

For the past three decades, Denmark has been at the forefront of the transition to carbon neutrality and has proved that a country CAN make the economy work for the environment. After millions of people worldwide have started to take action and calling for change, climate justice has reached exciting new levels of visibility in recent years forcing politicians to act against climate change. But the results are disappointing considering the number of international agreements and summits that take place to “save the environment”. Developed countries make little to no commitments to cut emissions in the near term nor do they finance developing countries’ emissions goals. If they do, the goals are never met.

Community • Water onservation

The Piplantri Model

Built on the foundations of saving girl child and environment, this eco-feminism model serves as an inspiration to many. The story of its transformation began in 2005, with Shri. Shyam Sunder Paliwal, the former Sarpanch (head of the Panchayat) of Rajasthan’s Piplantri village.This 58-year-old man once started his journey as a Sarpanch of Piplantri. His initial projects included upgrading the school building and making education more feasible.With his increased involvement and humanitarian approach, he tackled three of the most prevalent problems in the most efficient way. Saving the girl child, growing more trees and reviving ground water levels. Let’s look at how it all began and what Piplantri is now. Read about Shri. Shyam Sunder Paliwal and his journey of transforming Piplantri here.

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