Posts Tagged: sustainable brands

3 vragen aan… MUD Jeans

Steeds meer consumenten beseffen zich de impact die schuilgaat achter hun kledingkast. En steeds meer merken zoeken naar alternatieve strategieën en materialen om positieve impact te kunnen creëren in de wereld. De mode-industrie is de op één na grootste vervuiler en voor de prodcutie van een enkele spijkerbroek is al 8,000 liter water nodig. Hoe kunnen we efficiënter omgaan met wat we hebben om minder druk op onze resources te leggen? We zijn blij met de nominatie van MUD Jeans: een merk.

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Golden rules for green fashion

Are you familiar with the story behind your fashion items? Last week, the Dutch Sustainable Fashion Week (DSFW) drew attention to a topic of rising importance. We cannot neglect it any longer: the fashion industry is still the second most polluting industry. We are more and more familiar with its footprint. But what’s next? How can we move on, identify opportunities that emerge and turn threatening aspects into opportunities?  Last year, we introduced our Positive Impact Creators: brands in fashion, food &.

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Why not create impact together?

A free hour of impact advice for foodies When we look at our personal positive and negative impact, the choices we make in our food consumption, are the biggest drivers of it. Many companies are working hard to change the food system. Whether it comes down to very innovative ways like lab-grown meat or on radically improving traditional products, like Green Banana or FRANK are doing, making a positive impact is a tough journey. Where do you start? At Rainbow Collection we have two specialties in our food menu. First, we.

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How to start creating impact?

If you’re beginning to embark on your positive impact journey, you will find a simple five-step exercise here, that can help you getting started on the right foot…

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TREND REPORT 2017

Even though we cannot influence every development, brands can play a crucial role in changing consumer behavior and encouraging responsible consumption. Current consumption patterns…

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