Polemic Fast Fashion effects

“Fast fashion” is a term that alludes to reasonable rudiments and dispensable patterns. It has additionally been utilized as a term to portray apparel accumulations which depend on the latest fashion patterns. Quick design is “the pattern for form retailers to purchase their stock nearer to the season, and react to patterns as they rise.

why is fast fashion so bad for individuals and the earth?

here a few reasons:

 

  • Fast fashion is costly for you and our planet. Quick form is intended to be supplanted rapidly, not such a great amount by want but rather by require. Garments truly goes into disrepair winding up in landfills instead of influencing it to relegation to shops regardless of whether you give. In the U.S. just 10% of gave garments get exchanged. The rest surges landfills – we send 13 trillion tons of our garments to landfills in the U.S. alone where they sit for a long time leaving lethal chemicals and colors to taint nearby soil and groundwater. Our moderate mold group has discovered that putting resources into less higher quality garments really spares us cash on the grounds that each piece endures longer.

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  • Fast fashion disempowers women. With quick mold you trap an age of young ladies into poverty. 75 million individuals are making our garments today. 80% is made by ladies who are just 18 – 24 years of age. It takes a piece of clothing specialist year and a half to acquire what a form mark CEO makes on their meal break. A greater part of them procure under $3 every day. The greatest corners quick form cuts are human. Modest garments are made by underage laborers entering the business as youthful as 14 to work long hard hours (an avg. of 14 hrs for each day in sweatshops) for low wages, while managing inappropriate behavior.

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  • Quick design is a debacle for our planet. The generally unregulated beat and consume of quick design is putting excessively weight on our planet. 12.8 million tons of attire are sent to landfills in the US consistently. This is a football field filled 14 ft profound with garments. The mold business’ CO2 emanations are anticipated to increment by over 60% to almost 2.8 billion tons for each year by 2030. Fundamental cotton delivering nations like China and India are now confronting water deficiencies, and with water utilization anticipated to go up half by 2030, these cotton-developing countries confront the problem of picking between cotton generation and securing clean drinking water.

 

Our cash is the thing that influences the design world to go round. By disturbing business as usual, we have the ability to change things. When we purchase better we send advertise signs to change the framework for good. Is better to buy less clothes made by recycle materials that buy more cheap and bad quality clothes that few months later is going to be rubbish  and contaminate the planet. Planet is our house we do not have another place to go then we have to take care of our choices. thinking in our future and the future of the new generations .

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Ney

Recycling Clothes

“If you really think the environment is less important than the economy, try holding your breath while you count your money.” Dr. Guy Mc Pherson

Every year millions of dollars are going to waste in used garments  only in United States, if we talking about all the world is a scandalous amount of money,  consumerism  is a global problem the same than pollution.

Our usual clothes are made from 4 basic materials: cotton, wool, silk and synthetic fibers.

Synthetic fibers such as nylon, perle, and lycra are made from petroleum derivatives, and their manufacture generates significant air pollution.

Another example is polyester is a synthetic fiber, the production generates CO2 and other contaminating substances, it consumes large amounts of water and its catalyst is carcinogenic and toxic to humans. When it is washed it gives off fibers that go to the rivers, the sea and the fish that with all those toxics we then ingest. This type of products takes a long time to decompose.

In addition to the contamination and toxicity of the materials we have the problems generated by the fashion industry, that produce 150 million garments annually. Enough to give a wardrobe full of clothes to every habitant of the planet.

It is truly worrying this situation due to the degree of pollution which help to worsen the global warming situation.

The question is what we can do to help our planet?

Here are some recommendations:

Applying the three R (reduce, reuse, recycle) this means buying less garments preferably of better quality, buying second hand and ecological clothes

Promote barter markets and Upcycling also known as supra recycling to create products that have a higher value than the one that had the original material or what is the same that transform waste into valuables.

Recycling more than a decision is a responsibility of every individual living in the planet, we have no another planet to go. A small change in your habits can make a big difference. The generations of the future will be grateful.

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Neylimar