Life in the Time of COVID
By: shopbuho">Maria Casey
We all have spring cleaning to do sometimes.... so while we do ours, we hope you'll enjoy our BUHO Journal with tips on how to live a more sustainable life and insight into the companies and innovations leading the change. Here are some of our favorites:
Drip by Drip is the world's first NGO committed to tackling the water issues in the fashion and textile industry. Aurélie Rossini shares with us some of the key water issues driven by the garment industry in Bangladesh and how we can advocate for better water systems. Learn more.
BUHO’s entire mission is to highlight and endorse sustainable and ethically-made clothing and homewares. But what exactly does this mean? Terms such as sustainable, eco, green, ethical, and conscious are currently tossed around with abandon with greenwashing appearing everywhere, but in reality, they’re so much more than just another millennial buzzword. Learn more.
When 16-year-old activist Greta Thunberg learned about the climate crisis, she stopped eating, talking, and going to school. While you don't have to go to those extremes, you can still act! If you'd like to heed Greta's call, read on to learn about five easy things you can do to help change the course of the climate crisis. Learn more.
If cotton is a fundamentally unsustainable crop, what is the future of the beloved t-shirt? The answer might be fruit fiber. Today, raw material innovators are imagining a set of alternatives to cotton, which will allow us to evolve the t-shirt into a more sustainable staple. These new innovations in fruit fiber are based around a commitment to using fruit waste. Learn more.
Everything that Generations X, Y, and Z are doing to help reverse the effects of climate change and environmental degradation is crucial and certainly impactful, but the real future of this planet is in the hands of Generation Alpha. Learn more.
Check the news on any given day, and if it's not another Twitter rant (what did he say this time?), it's footage from another natural disaster forever changing our landscape. So rather than waiting for everyone else to start doing their part, here are our 10 favorite sustainability apps that help us be more intentional every day. Learn more.
Roughly 1/3 of all food produced for human consumption is wasted or lost. That's 1.3B TONS! Yet, world hunger is on the rise. What can you do about? A lot actually. Taking these 5 easy steps below is a great place to start. Learn more.
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