Fashion

Carbon Capture, Storage and Utilisation

Carbon Capture, Storage and Utilisation

The global climatic conditions are deteriorating with every passing day. No statistics could possibly describe the severity of the damage that has been incurred by the environment due to anthropogenic activities. There are various contenders for global climate changes, of which, greenhouse gases are the key players. Greenhouse gases are the ones responsible for trapping excess solar energy and increasing the global temperature by 1.20 C over the last few decades. Carbon dioxide (CO2) is the most abundant greenhouse gas in the atmosphere. The amount of (CO2) in the atmosphere is 441parts per million. Apart from the obvious effect of…
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How Adidas strives to make a mark in Climate Change and decarbonisation?

How Adidas strives to make a mark in Climate Change and decarbonisation?

Adidas, one of the most popular sportswear brands in the world, has pledged to reduce its global carbon footprint by thirty percent by the year 2030, thereby playing a pivotal role in combating climate change. Adidas strongly and firmly believes in the notion laid down by the United Nations Organization that climate change happens to be the most pressing and long-term challenge plaguing our civilization. Every step taken in the field of combating climate change lays down the stepping stone towards building a healthier future, and Adidas striving to reduce its carbon footprint serves as a strong motivation to all…
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Natural Dyes a sustainable way to fashion!

Natural Dyes a sustainable way to fashion!

Fashion has been an integral part of human civilisation for centuries. It was in the 18th century when the pioneers of fashion design (royal dressmakers) came to light. Fashion slowly made its way to the common people and, since then, the fashion industry has been on the rising. Colour is the essence of the fashion industry. The substances used to colour any material are dyes and pigments. Dyeing is an old practice and it has its roots in the Neolithic period. Traditionally, dyeing was done using natural materials obtained from plants and animals. But, the accidental discovery of the first…
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