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How considerate are we over Sustainability?

Climate change is much more dangerous than we think it is, our widespread apathy is only making it worse day by day. We are indifferent to the fact that we are unknowingly ravaging our planet. We don’t take measures to avoid the damages, despite the fact we are incapable of undoing the discretion that is deteriorating the planet. We are inconsiderate about the ramifications of purchasing decisions. Seldom do we ask ourselves of the rationality of our purchase. As it turns out, our perpetual failure at not only looking at the next picture but our inability to see the downsides of our purchasing decisions holds us responsible. 

 “Nature, in common sense, refers to essences unchanged by man”

-Ralph, waldo

Research and inventions have given us the authority and means to alleviate the harm caused by humans to nature. 

Accepting that we have to come up with sustainable innovations, to decrease carbon footprint can’t change a thing if customers don’t go for brands that abide by sustainability and ethical rules. 

Brand’s liability to make improvements to fashion products to enhance their eco-friendly attribute can be regarded as the most needed stride that ought to be taken by both the brands and consumers. 

 1. Could these garments or footwear return safely to the Technosphere or biosphere without any contamination? 

Material sourcing is the first and significant step for any sustainable undertaking. Materials play a major role in analysing how sustainable the product is, and it is highly important to consider the frequently held views as to what sort of materials are considered to be eco-friendly. Renewability, biodegradable fibers, materials treated with harmless chemicals, materials that require less energy for treatments and processing, low-water-use materials, animal-friendly materials are the manoeuvres that a brand has to have a grip on.

2. Can they be revamped as materials for new cycles? 

Buy products that are made of materials that can be easily recycled without much chemical consumption. 95 percent of materials can be recycled, other 5 percent consists of low-quality materials. 

3. What makes our products sustainable? 

Processing is one of the most difficult stages in footwear manufacturing as it involves experimentation using eco-friendly methods that entail technical complexities. 

  • Sustainable processing consists of making use of natural resources as well as minimising the number of processing steps to reduce the risk of pollution 
  • High energy and water consumption create whole other level of problems for which solutions lay in the manufacturing of materials 
  • Lessening waste generation at all stages can Bring down the load on landfills 
  • Low chemical bleaching, chlorine alternatives, opting for enzyme technology, low chemical dyeing by using natural dyes and minimising the waste produced at the cut and sewing stage 
  • Building a relationship with the public to study their views for clothing to merge theoretical and research ideas alleviate the harrowing damage of the environment 

Our immediate desire is extremely important to us that we are unduly impervious to imminent-catastrophe that we impose on the environment since we are all under the roof of obscurity. Taking responsibility for the impacts caused by an unsustainable course of actions and implementing the strategies to counteract is not only significant but indispensable. Although Using less energy, cutting down fewer trees are not the best practices to fulfils the eco-efficiency, it might not be as bad as the process that has no regard for the world, we live in. 

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