When we think about plastics in the oceans, I think many people think first of those profoundly dark images of sea turtles choking single use straws, fish stuck in the plastic rings from bottles, fish calmly floating along through water filled with garbage. These larger pieces of waste do not belong in bodies of water …

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Come As You Are

When you picture ethical and environmental fashion, what comes first to your mind? Do you envision one of the many boutique brands which justify exorbitant costs with promises about fair wages and ethical working conditions? Do you imagine a fierce environmentalist who wears only secondhand clothes and eschews all retail fashion? While these representations are …

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