1. Cotton in the Circular Economy: Knits Made in Canada

    Cotton in the Circular Economy: Knits Made in Canada Cotton has been one of the most important fabrics used by humankind for thousands of years. It...
  2. Deadstock

    Also known as “overstock”, “surplus fabric/inventory”. Any excess or leftover materials that can't be used for their original purpose or order fulf...
  3. What Goes Up Does Not Always Come Down

    When it comes to our concern for climate action and a push for zero waste, the sky is not the limit. Our last two articles have been about global c...
  4. The Heart of our Planet

    The Ocean is the heart of the planet. Water covers more than two-thirds of the Earth's surface. Sea plants, like Posidonia, produce 70% of the oxyg...
  5. World Environment Day: Only one Earth

    World Environment Day is the biggest international day to celebrate and inspire positive change for the environment. It takes place on the 5th of J...
  6. The Alchemy of Econyl

    Technology today has allowed for the innovation of mind boggling advances in the world of manufacturing textiles, especially from a sustainability ...