Children are our future. We must therefore invest in their future, providing opportunities for growth and development.
If someone asked you to count on one hand how often you succumbed to purchasing the really pretty top from a high street store, would you be able to do it?
Started by the World Fair Trade Organization in 2001, the World Fair Trade Day is almost upon us.
It took some years to become a well-known and somewhat popular concept; but ethical fashion has finally arrived on the scene.
The greatest gift to man since the wheel, jeans have enjoyed a long and varied history.
There was a time when a pair of durable jeans was also considered as primary work-wear for low grade workmen in the western world!
With the growing awareness of sustainability and the need for improved quality of life for everyone, ethical shopping has gained traction in recent years. As a result, it has created an impact on the lives of millions of socially-deprived people living in developing parts of the world.
Businesses offering green products are facing challenges at every stage of the product lifecycle. Starting from the production of goods to engaging customers and the disposal of goods, each step brings unique challenges to businesses working to protect the environment.