Fashion overproduction effect

fashion accounts for up to 10% of global carbon dioxide output—more than international flights and shipping combined, according to the United Nations Environment Programme. It also accounts for a fifth of the 300 million tons of plastic produced globally each year. Polyester, a ubiquitous form of plastic that’s derived from oil, has overtaken cotton as the backbone of textile production. Garments made from polyester and other synthetic fibers are a prime source of microplastic pollution, which is especially harmful to marine life.

Proposed soloution

Our print-to-order approach reduces fashion over-production as we only print after you have placed an order with us. The products are directly shipped to you from our printing partner, which saves CO2 by eliminating one shipping route as it doesn’t come to us first but directly goes to you. Our supply chain and delivery process to tackle overproduction and waste follows our Environmental Policy of ‘print-to-order ‘and ‘Zero plastic and no excess packaging’ approach moreover, with every order you place we plant a native tree in Syria to restore ecosystems, and biodiversity and help you to offset your carbon footprint. We plant 2 types of trees in two different ways 1– fruitful trees:  raising our hand to support the fight to end global hunger and improve the planet. we deliver fruit trees seedlings to poor families in rural areas in collaboration with agricultural pharmacies, agricultural guidance units, and agricultural engineers 2– forest trees:  We organize regular events, for hiking through the event participant partake in planting trees in forests that have been degraded by fires and human activities

trees can work as a sustainable and profitable intervention on farms

– Environmental impacts:
They can contribute to carbon storage, flood mitigation, soil erosion management, water quality, air quality, thermal comfort, biodiversity, and health and well-being.
– For farms and farmers:
Trees can protect crops or livestock from wind and extreme temperatures,
Farm woodland or tree clusters can boost pollination and reduce pressures from insect pests,
– Benefits for the economy:
By preventing soil erosion, trees support maximizing energies funnelled towards providing the best soil quality for improved yield.
– Mechanisms of trees
Trees capture rainfall with leaves, and therefore reducing runoff of nutrients & sediment on agricultural land. They also reduce the impact of wind and keep soil structure with their roots

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