Can we really make peace with silk?

It’s not difficult to understand why mankind has a centuries-long history of using silk. A natural fabric which makes beautiful, luxurious yet durable outerwear and practical, tactile, insulating yet breathable underwear, its production also lends itself to small-scale, cottage-style industry. Unfortunately it’s usually stolen from the caterpillar of […]

How sweet is your ice-cream?

Ice-cream.  We all know it’s not that good for us.  But how good is it for the rest of the world? As with most foodstuffs, there’s a whole complex of issues surrounding the production of this tempting summer treat.  We take a quick look at a few of […]

Keep voting responsibly with your wallet

The purchasing power of affluent countries has brought us a long way on the road to a fairer global marketplace. After a quarter of a century of consumer activism, most major brands now have codes of conduct to protect manufacturing workers, applying American or European standards to all […]

Responsible Denim

Whether fashion conscious or just practical, most of us owns at least one pair of jeans. The average American wears jeans four days a week, and even in the UK, not known for it’s cowboy culture, we each own an average of seven pairs.  Non-organic cotton production uses […]

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