New Consumer Model For Clothing To Save Our Planet
Dear Friends & Neighbors,
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Did you know that it takes 3000 liters of water to make a baby jumpsuit?
Did you know that in UK women wear their clothes 7 times before it ends up in the attic or in the garbage bin?
Did you know that in USA 30% of the clothes never left the closet in 2015?
Did you know that in Denmark young people tend to buy new clothes instead of washing their dirty ones?
As a result of these realities, there is the acceleration of consumption of clothing of lower qualities to create consumer cravings and generates today’s buy-and-throw-away society that increases pollution of water and landfills due to textile waste. To help change this world view, Vigga Svensson introduced a new way of using baby’s clothing via a circular economy model, renting and sharing high quality children’s clothes. This model would reduce the wastage of textile, pollution, landfills while increasing the chance of a more sustainable future for our planet. To find out how Vigga operates, please feel free to click HERE.
- Change one’s focus. Think of the use of the product first.
- Buy high quality and extend the product’s life.
- Share whenever possible.
Or think of better solutions.
I wonder if any of the people from Florida or other states or countries would be interested in picking up this idea and develop a rental business for children’s wear or women’s evening gowns and men’s suits. This would help to reduce the costs, space/closet issue, enabling one to have opportunity to try out different designs, and helping to reduce the number of landfills and save our planet. I am sure it would make Vigga happy.
The concept of renting/sharing is the way of the future! Interested in taking part in this circular economy that would help to save our planet?!
Gathered, written, and posted by Windermere Sun-Susan Sun Nunamaker
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