Care for Your Clothes Better Did you know that the fashion industry has an extremely high carbon footprint? You may not know this, but water consumption and waste have become a huge issue surrounding the fast fashion industries. A pair
Now that we’re into May, we almost leave Earth Day and Earth Month behind, but not quite. Whilst Earth Day is a big celebration for us, when we reflect, re-evaluate and refocus. By setting new company and individual objectives, we
As the weather warms and flowers bloom, it’s a fantastic time to clean and freshen up your home for spring. If your sights are set on green living this year, here are some great tips on how to clean sustainably.
With 2022 finally in full swing, it’s a fantastic time to start thinking about the tone we will be setting for this new year, specifically when it comes to sustainable fashion! The pandemic gave many of us a chance to
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, so naturally, couples everywhere are planning their perfect date night. Imagine yourself getting ready and putting on that perfect outfit, knowing you look and feel beautiful, so you can start your evening stress-free!
Name a more timeless wardrobe staple than a leather jacket. We’ll wait… Some of the first modern leather jackets were worn by members of the military in the early 1900s for protection against the elements. In the latter half of
Celebrating a new beginning, a turning of the page, the next chapter in life—who doesn’t get excited about New Year’s celebrations? The champagne, the party blowers, the little hats, and the fashion. Oh, the fashion! Dressing to the nine for
Christmas is all about giving, spending time with family, and spreading cheer. Let’s try incorporating sustainability in your Christmas list and go green for the holidays! Buy less Holiday gifts can provide a practical need, the need to buy something
In August of this year, GreenEarth Cleaning published a blog regarding the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel, following the publication of its Climate Change report. The report delivered the starkest warnings yet. The latest findings, approved by 195 member states, dealt with the