Browsing the "sustainability" Tag

Eco Fashion Week 7th Edition

October 4th, 2013 | by Angela Wallace of Sasstainable

The seventh edition of Eco Fashion Week starts this Sunday, October 6th in Vancouver, Canada.   PHOTO CREDIT: Peter Jensen [&hellip

Are Tyvek shoes eco-friendly? You decide!

August 20th, 2012 | by Becky Striepe

Even a humble slip-on, like in the photo above, has a lot of components. When some parts of a shoe are eco-friendly and some are decidedly not, what does that make the finished product? I want to hear from you guys!

Eco-Spirituality, Bamboo Clothing and Helping the Homeless

May 31st, 2011 | by Green Diva Meg

Laugh, learn and listen to the Green Divas Radio Show & Podcast! A profound show to say farewell to HomeGrownRadioNJ as we move on to our new studio digs – WMTR 1250AM in June. There was a wonderful energy in the studio, which was partly because of our in-studio guest, author Caroline Fairless, who brought a light-hearted, but powerful message about connecting the green/sustainability movement to the awesome spirit of nature. We talked about Caroline’s book, The Space Between Church and Not-Church: A Sacramental Vision for the Healing of Our Earth

Yurt Living: Solutions to Mold Fears

October 13th, 2010 | by Delia Montgomery

No doubt about it, the best mold prevention anywhere on anything is air flow and sunshine. Actually yurts have fewer mold issues than most conventional buildings.

San Francisco’s Fashion Scene: Is Sixth Street Becoming The New Seventh Avenue?

October 3rd, 2008 | by Reenita Malhotra

San Francisco is teeming with fresh design talent. Here it's not just about what looks good that is pushing forward the city's growing fashion industry, it's also about what feels great, both for the consumer and for the industry itself. The Innovative Fashion Council of San Francisco is pushing for dedicated fashion district on Sixth Street in San Francisco that will promote sustainaibility and environmental consciousness in the fashion industry. The word is that when it comes to style, San Francisco has received a lot of calls from London and Paris lately

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