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Warning – we are going fashionista for a moment! Who knew that beautiful robins egg blue dress was sustainable!?!? And so was the red one, an off the shoulder stunner! The organization Red Carpet Green Dress has for the last ten years worked to raise awareness about the importance of more sustainable practices in fashion. Its founder, Suzy Amis Cameron, challenges world-famous designers to make eco-friendly gowns for red carpet events and beyond. This year at the Oscars, Laura Harrier, the female lead in BlacKkKlansman, wore a stunning and sustainable dress from Vuitton’s Paris atelier — it was “crafted out of a blue crepe silk certified by the Global Organic Textile Standards and hand-embroidered with glass beads, Swarovski crystal shards, and sequins that required over 450 hours of work.” Australian actress Danielle MacDonald also wore a sustainable scarlet dress by designer Christian Siriano. All we can say is that these were two ladies and their dresses that stood out on this year’s red carpet both for their elegance and their eco-friendliness!
Spooky season is almost over, how does your everyday werewolf or vampire keep it green this Halloween? While the holiday can easily be filled with candy wrappers, disposable decorations, and costumes your kid will likely never wear again, the internet has some “tricks” to keep your celebrations environmentally friendly. EcoWatch’s list of best methods […]
This past July, all eyes were on Tokyo when over 10,000 Olympians from 206 nations descended on the city to make history. Despite a decrease in carbon emissions due to COVID-19 and fewer traveling spectators, the games still produced 2.3 million tons of CO2. In 2021, The International Olympic Committee (IOC) pledged to reduce […]
Startups across the country are on a mission to provide sustainable food packaging options and close the plastic loop, especially prompted by the pandemic take-out boom. Over 70% of Americans order delivery one to three times a week, creating hundreds of billions of single-use bowls, bags, utensils, and more. But some innovative companies have […]
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