If you missed the Sustainable Wellesley/Wellesley Books discussion with author Paul Greenberg about his inspiring, accessible book, the Climate Diet last week, you can watch it here.
What a treat for our group to hear directly from the author! "Naked food" and "shipped vs. flown" were just a few of the inspirational stories he shared on ways we can address our own household carbon footprints. As Paul says, "everyone can and should do something," and this book offers a wide array of things you can do.
He calls this book a "peace offering," for adults and teens/millennials that shares ideas that are not only good for the planet, but good for your health and wallet too.
Take some time to read The Climate Diet this summer. Its short, informative and available at the library and the local book store! Then share the book; we all have something to learn.
We need to move the trend AWAY from fast fashion.
Not just for sustainable reasons, but ethical and societal ones as well.
And it's not a sustainable issue just because landfills get filled up by throw-away, wear once clothing. It's the chemicals and toxins from textiles production that pollute our water, and the vast carbon footprint of the industry. Watch here to learn more about the ethical and societal reasons as well.
Don't worry, we are about solutions and our host for this discussion Sophia offered many:
More good news!
Be on the lookout for new technologies that create materials with lesser impacts including:
What is your favorite sustainable fashion brand or store?
What made you take a second look at your labels and wardrobe?
Please let us know at email@example.com.
Thank you Sophia!
Style. Fashion. Inspiration. All in a conscientious way.
Join the Zoom chat this Thursday, March 4th, at 7. Learn more about who is really paying the price for fast fashion. We will be looking at not only the sustainable factors but the ethical and societal as well. After offering some solutions, we will be opening it up to questions and answers.
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