Sustainable and toxin-free living

Sustainable and toxin-free living

Beatrice Murray-Nag

Beatrice Murray-Nag is a freelance writer sharing stories at the intersection of fashion, fibers, sustainability and social justice. Formerly digital editor for the sustainable fashion consultancy Eco-Age, she is interested in the potential to transform textiles into a force for change by establishing respectful relationships along the supply chain, from farm or factory to finished garment.
Beatrice Murray-Nag is a freelance writer sharing stories at the intersection of fashion, fibers, sustainability and social justice. Formerly digital editor for the sustainable fashion consultancy Eco-Age, she is interested in the potential to transform textiles into a force for change by establishing respectful relationships along the supply chain, from farm or factory to finished garment.
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Is Leather Sustainable? Here’s Nisolo’s Holistic Approach to Using It

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  • Sep 15, 2021
While leather got plenty going for it — it is natural, durable, and takes very little upkeep — there is a whole lot of conflicting information on its environmental impact.
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How Much Water Does the Fashion Industry Really Use?

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  • Jun 8, 2021
We can’t sum up fashion’s water impact with one statistic. That's because it’s not just about how much is used, but where it comes from and where it ends up.
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9 Plant-Based Fashion Materials That Help Farmers and Rural Communities

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  • May 19, 2021
Cultivating natural fashion fibers creates employment for farmers around the world, but the industry can be exploitative. Here are bio-fibers that could improve the lives of farmers and the quality of the soil.
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