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Extinction Rebellion UK 🌍✨ Sep 14
Yesterday we stole the show at the opening of London Fashion week The UK buys more clothes than any other European country yet an estimated £140m worth of clothes goes into landfill each year More actions to come!
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Extinction Rebellion Liverpool Sep 14
Today we held a die-in outside Primark on Church Street in protest against Producing one t-shirt requires as much water as you'll drink over the next three years 💦
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Jane Morrison 🦇✨ Sep 19
Its and have inspired me to share some of the outfits I picked up on Ebay to avoid . This cocktail dress is by House of CB and I've worn it to several events: a hen party, a birthday, a charity ball, and an awards ceremony 🖤🥂
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Head of Zeus (HoZ) Sep 18
It's and to celebrate we've got three proofs of by to ! Discover the future of our clothes today. For a chance to , RT and follow us and Dana by the end of Friday.
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Cancer Research UK Shops Aug 7
Fast fashion and sustainability has made the headlines again today. Shopping in, and donating to, your local charity shops helps slow down . It's better for the environment ♻, your wallet 💸, and helps support great causes 🔬
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Ruth Gardiner 🖤 Aug 18
So disappointed that are openly promoting fast fashion. You’d think such a reputable brand would be trying to be more sustainable!
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Anna 🥀 Sep 19
Replying to @inthestyle
I was blocked for pointing out the human cost of demanding cheap, fast garment labour. Industry & ‘influencers’ would rather silence the truth than take responsibility or even engage in discussion.
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Ethical Consumer 43m
While the average person buys 60% more items of clothing than they did 15 years ago, that clothing is kept only half as long
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PATSY PERRY 22h
Writing ethics? When an website copy-pastes your article and passes off as their own blog post on The True Cost of 😳
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Becca B Aug 8
Such a great campaign. We should all be saying no to and signing up to do our bit for
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Deb 6h
Participating in and in expressing my gratitude for those who help me reduce the textiles I send to landfill, I came across this video that shows the consequences of today's : .
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Charles Beckwith 🤔 Aug 29
Just die! — Forever 21 Prepares for Potential Bankruptcy Filing
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Upcycled Adulting Sep 20
The #1 Most Harmful Thing We ALL Buy!
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Fairtrade Foundation Aug 8
When clothes are so cheap, you have to wonder who is paying the cost, and what the environment impact is. 🌍
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Louise Chunn 26m
Loads of great content in this month's issue of -- everything from to , children's books loved by adults to breaking
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Cancer Research UK Shops Aug 2
Help slow down by shopping in and donating to your local shop. Every day we give thousands of new and pre-loved items another chance to be loved again ♻
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Friends of the Earth 🌍 Aug 12
Look out for our top campaigner Muna on from 6.30pm all this week, talking about everything environmental - from wet wipes to carbon footprints, recycling to people-power... Tonight, it's and the damage our desire for cheap clothes is doing to the planet.
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🌟Jan Morris🌟#FBPE 5h
Years ago, a new outfit was a special treat, now we have far too many clothes. Estimated £13B of unworn clothes in UK alone. Time to buy better quality classic clothes as they do in Europe & we might actually improve our smartness factor as well.
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H&DH 19h
Did you hear? Survey finds British consumers will splash out more than £700m on 11m items bought for the trip which will never be worn again! 😰 Instead, why not come to one of our charity shops and find something that will last much longer than just the summer.
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LIS - The London Interdisciplinary School Sep 21
Replying to @weareLIS
Introducing our wicked problem for the day:
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