Reclaim The

Climate Narrative

Workers in the fashion and lifestyle industries are not only disproportionately affected by climate change, but are least responsible for causing it. Often overlooked, these same individuals are the real practitioners of climate solutions by participating, facilitating and leading deep change.

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Our Monthly Give

We redistribute at least 1% of our sales to organizations in the categories of Earth & Nature, Social Justice, and Animal Justice. This month we are giving to A Growing Culture, an organization that empowers farmers to define and shape the food system.

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We're Plastic Negative

As a small company with a big appetite for waste reduction, we're talking about the villain in our midst— plastic. Here's a look at how we avoid it, why we use some of it, and how we're dealing with our minimal plastic waste, plus more about our Plastic Negative Certification with rePurpose Global.

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Blog: Ecofascism:

What It Is, How To Spot It

There are a lot of memes circulating about clean air right now. They boast catchy slogans like “humans are the virus” and “overpopulation is the problem.” These might seem like positive environmental messages, but take a closer look, and you can see that these ideas have roots in ecofascism.

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Blog: Shopping Will Not

Save The Planet

In the last decade, there has been a considerable rise in the demand for sustainable consumer goods. As the sustainable fashion, green beauty, and zero-waste movements have gained hold in the conversation around the climate crisis, big brands have realized that sustainability sells. But is what they’re selling truly sustainable?

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Blog: Is The Zero Waste

Trend Sustainable?

The zero waste movement is hot right now. Google searches for “zero waste” have tripled since 2017 and the hashtag #zerowaste has over 4 million posts on Instagram. So why is our plastic problem getting worse? And why are all the “zero wasters” wealthy white people? We take a hard look at this “trend” to see if it can actually transform into lasting systemic change.