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The FIBERS WE AVOID have one or several of the below notably negative environmental impact. we consider these impacts serious enough to try to discard these fibers from our wardrobe:
The FIBERS WE LIKE are"eco-friendly" fibers, which means that their production process has a low impact on the environment and meets least half of the below criteria.
Derived from certified renewable fabric sources using an eco-respinsible production process by meeting high envirnmental standards, conscious fibers tailor to s sustainable lifestyle, contributing to a cleaner envirnment.
Organic Cotton The fabric has the same quality as conventional but not the negative impact on the environment.Organic cotton addressed most of the environmental challenges which conventinal cotton production faces. It is grown from NON-GMO seeds and without the use of pestcide, inspecticide or fertilizer. Unlike conventinal cotton, organic farmers use ancestral farming methods, including crop-rotation.mixed farming or no-till farming to preserve the soil.
BCI manages the farm-level implementation of the Better Cotton Standard, a holistic approach to more sustainable cotton production. Licensed BSC farmers produce cotton a way that cares for the environement, minimising the negative effects of fertilisers and pesticides, and caring for water, soild health and natural habitats.