As usual and as a report for your mind from alternative sources, this week regarding the eco-fashion industry there are a couple of things to write to you about it. The first thing to underline is the food waste considerate as a new source for the fibre production and therefore clothes or apparel for everybody. The second point to discuss if people really buy these sustainable products made it from sustainable materials from these eco fashion brands.
What’s New and What to Think about It?
Agraloop Bio-Refinery is probably really a not new name out there but in spite of that, I want to let you know its potential and innovation in the field. Agraloop is a young startup that uses food waste for the fibre production of clothes and apparel. They use five main components for their work such as pineapple leaves, sugarcane bark and banana, hemp and flax stalks. This technology system allows them to produce grenade-fibre that will be used for the production of future texture that otherwise would go waste in the field and contributing to the Co2 emissions. Moreover, Agraloop has partnership already with Levis and H&M in regard to their fibre production and additionally others startup target this innovative business such as Texloop and the Orbital Hybrid yarn.
Passing by to the next step of the article the point to understand now is if people really buy this staff from sustainable sources. Searching on the web, apparently, most of the people say that is for the sustainability concept but in the reality, just a small percentage of them make this in practice. The group of subjects under exam are mainly Millenials, people burn from 1980 to 2000 and I am one of them. The difference that I have is the background literature that I had in philosophy when I was teenagers that allow me to have a certain ethics and morality in respect of the life. Aside of me, most of this people miss a core value of philosophical morality that should have been teaching to them in their younger ages.
This is the real problem of all because people today looking more the price and the money that they spend on the quality of the product than the cause and the effect of their actions. They don’t understand and they even thinking about it that for the consumption of certain products there will be an aftermath on their kids and on the kids of their kids. It’s not their fault anyway, they never been taught them or is better said that it does not allow a teaching of this kind and with certain values. Also, today society makes you think in that way. The way to think that money is on top of people but in reality, it’s just a service created by and for the people.
Last word for the last thought? We hope for the new generations, of course!
Unsustainability is offline….