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Slavery in Clothing Supply Chains

Slavery in Clothing Supply Chains

It is 2021 people! Amazing to think that modern slavery still exists. Even more astounding is that clothing retailers are aware of it, yet it is still there. How bad is this – 60% of retailers aware? More? Or less?

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Carbon footprint of shirts

Carbon footprint of shirts

These days there really is no excuse not to buy organic or recycled clothing, but if you do which do you think has the bigger carbon footprint? Polyester (FACT) or Cotton (FAKE)?

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Whale strike

Whale strike

If you’ve not seen it, you definitely need to watch the animation of a blue whale avoiding ships in the northern ocean. It is very moving – link on our showpage.

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Forgotten Hydropower

Forgotten Hydropower

In the rush to move to renewable energy sources such as solar, wind and wave – have we forgotten about Hydropower? It’s been in use for decades. . . .

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Completely renewable countries

Completely renewable countries

Most countries are increasing and moving towards widespread use of renewable energy. However only a few have so far managed a complete move to renewables. How many do you think? 3?

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200kg paper average

200kg paper average

Despite the digital age in which we now live people still use a vast amount of paper in their daily lives. In the UK this is on average 200kg of paper per person. Or is it more?

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Cows emit more than cars

Revealed: Cows emit more than cars

We asked: Both cars and cows are big emitters of green house gases, but is the following fact or fake? A cow emits more pollution in a single day than a car. . . . .This was a FACT – a cow does emit more than a car which is

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Chemicals in skincare products

Chemicals in skincare products

It is a very scary fact that the vast majority of chemicals applied to the skin via skincare and beauty products have not received any formal approvals. How high do you think this number is? As much as 70%?

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