Textiles are one of the world’s most important consumer goods. Over the past decades, especially synthetic yarns have become a problem for our environment. This is where the OceanSafe journey begins.
Iceland has utilised green energy for decades, harnessing geothermal power for the nations heating source and generating electricity for the national grid. It will come as no surprise that Iceland has been supporting innovation in sustainable industries long before it became relevant, and the fashion industry is no exception.
If we want to change the current situation of fast-fashion, we must start by rethinking how we manufacture and source our goods. Sublime talks to Flora Davidson, co-founder of Supplycompass, an innovative platform enabling supply chain transparency
Many people are excited that we will soon be able to buy trips around the moon. The bad news is that we are creating what scientists call the era of the 'Anthropocene’
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