Ecular Journal

Facets Of Sustainability

Reverse Migration & It’s Importance

In the early years of the Industrial Revolution, cities began to develop well-planned and designed systems that promoted the growth of agriculture as a source of energy and food. As population boomed, the number of individuals living in cities started to increase, requiring less space in the countryside for housing and farming. Many farmers moved … read more

Working from Home is Sustainable

There are many people today on the lookout for a green career, doing something to enrich the environment as well as have a good steady source of income. In this pursuit, there is a workforce that join eco-friendly corporates, organic produce companies, renewable energy industries and so on. However there is a large group of … read more

Slow Food Movement

Slow Food is the antithesis of fast food. Proponents of the slow food movement believe food should be grown and bought locally, prepared with care and consumed with appreciation. In a world where we can get cheap, processed food and gobble it down without even leaving our cars, slow food seems like a throwback to a … read more

Greenwashing And It’s Effects

Are you a victim of greenwashing? Most people are not aware that they are. Greenwashing is the practice of presenting a product as environmentally friendly without taking adequate measures to ensure that the product is truly sustainable. It is therefore critical that you are familiar with the different types of sustainability so that you can … read more

Are Eco-Labels Good Enough

What is sustainability? This is a question many of us are asking ourselves at the moment, as we struggle to find the right balance between economic growth and environmental impact. Sustainable clothing – including products made from sustainable resources such as plant-based fabrics and dyed-permanent inks – can be a key element in creating an … read more

Ethical Fashion & Looking Beyond The Price-Tag

Ethical Fashion is a generic term used to describe buying, manufacturing, retail, and style design. 100 million shoppers visit London’s Oxford Street alone, each year. Globalisation implies that labour and materials can be purchased in various areas of the world where prices are low These savings are passed to the customer, meaning high street style … read more

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