Throughout history, the horrors of pandemics have been followed by major changes in infrastructure, urban planning, and societies as a whole to prevent that disaster from happening again. Today we are going to look at some of the changes in store that’ll hopefully lead to healthier and more sustainable living.
For the 50th anniversary of Earth Day we are going to give a quick overview of the environmental movement throughout the years so you can be inspired by all that we’ve accomplished and know what we need to do to keep moving forward.
With so much of the world in flux right now over covid, it is easy to forget the big changes going on in the fashion industry before all this. So let's look at the future of fashion and see how trends and ideas are moving in the right direction.
When told by adults that she should be studying in school to learn about climate change and find solutions, she reminds them that we have all the solutions already and no one is listening to the science. When told by adults, even powerful politicians like British Prime Minister Theresa May, that student strikers are wasting valuable school time, Greta reminds them that they’ve wasted thirty years of valuable time ignoring climate change.
How can the world be greener? We’ve all heard that question a million times, and some of the answers are quite well known, such as using renewable energy, getting rid of palm oil products, and replace single use plastic with reusable alternatives. But what other ideas are out there? Below are three of the more interesting ideas that we at Rust and Fray would like to share with you.