Discussing soil health, traditional farming, human welfare, and ROC certification principles with Elizabeth Whitlow, the Executive Director of Regenerative Organic Alliance
An apparel start-up, straddled between two continents, merges together robotics and denim manufacturing to create a circular economy with a ‘wear more, keep longer, and buy less’ principle
Overfishing and Aquaculture: combination of microalgae to benefit the fish and their human consumers
Vega tuna and fish imitation. The Swedish-based start-up has come up with an idea to make a plant-based fish to tackle the issue of overfishing – Hooked Foods introduction
A history of culture through storefront windows and sustainable publishing:. «It is an issue that fosters discussion, and that involves a growing global universe», quoting the latest book on Luisa Via Roma
The Hydraloop, an awarding winning, in-home water recycling system featured in the new Netflix documentary Brave Blue World, is reshaping and reducing domestic water consumption
Davide Bollati, the founder of The Davines Group «traceable ingredients supporting biodiversity and regenerative agriculture; plastic-free approach to packaging; meticulous scientific approach to clean»
A fiber regenerated from discarded textiles and can be processed in converted viscose mills: Kirsi Terho of Infinited Fiber Company explains how this circular alternative to cotton is made.
Sustainability is no buzz-word here — each item in Vitelli’s new collection is made with upcycled wool from within a thirty-mile radius from their studio
«Biochar is the ethical form of charcoal — ethical because you’re not cutting down the forest». In conversation with Brando Crespi, the co-founder of Pro-Natura International.
Jermaine Gallacher – the ambiguous design dealer – discusses the mindset of never having something that you don’t want or need, which you’ll eventually consider to be waste
Bio-facturing in antithesis to manufacturing: each item is grown in situ, harvested in situ, and finished in situ without damage and waste
Economically developed countries often ignore the environment around them. A conversation with designer Tamara Orjola – investigating the use of pine needles