Category ECONOMY

Fast fashion vs. sustainable fashion
ECONOMY

Fast fashion vs. sustainable fashion

Fast Fashion What is Fast Fashion and why does it not suit us, both for buyers and for the ecosystem? Fast Fashion or Fast Fashion is based on the mass production of a garment in a short time. That so much has to be produced in such a short time and that the garments that are made must have an "accessible" price.

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ECONOMY

These are the types of compost that exist and their differences

Humus is nature's strategy to recycle and take advantage of organic matter; composting is the method that humans have to create that humus. Therefore, compost is the most appropriate way to take advantage of organic matter, to carry out a balanced restoration of nutrients and, in addition, a method that provides a large number of macro and microorganisms that balance and diversify life on earth.
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ECONOMY

Where to buy wooden pools

Wooden pools are taking over more and more gardens and patios in homes. Thanks to them, their installation facilities and what they offer, more and more families can enjoy refreshing dips in the hottest times. Something that you are probably wondering where you can get one.
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ECONOMY

A new project promises to make sustainable living affordable

Living in cities, we often have to choose between livability, sustainability and affordability. However, that is not the case in the new project presented by the SPACE10 Research and Design Laboratory, EFFEKT Architects and IKEA, which promises to unite the three under one roof.Building on years of research, the project addresses a Simple question: how can human communities thrive in the 21st century while respecting nature and using the benefits of modern technology?
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ECONOMY

Days of celebrations with ecological confetti

Sustainability is no longer a fad, it is a necessity. Caring for the planet is everyone's responsibility, therefore, every habit that we incorporate, no matter how small, is adding to the fight against climate change. Celebrations are not left out. A trend is that of healthy and ecological birthdays, but how to do not subtract in fun?
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ECONOMY

Vegetable sponges: how to grow them to say goodbye to plastic

Vegetable sponges are also known as Luffas, they are the fruits of a plant of the cucurbitaceae family, related to pumpkin and cucumber and it is very easy to grow at home. Luffa is a fruit that has many fibers inside And it can perfectly replace the use of traditional sponges which are made of plastic.
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ECONOMY

In the face of the climate crisis, try this home air conditioner

Low cost engineering for the benefit of all. This simple device works as an air conditioner and can reduce the temperature of a room at a very low cost. In the face of the climate crisis and high temperatures, we enter a vicious circle by turning on the air conditioning more ... but we can think of simple, homemade and inexpensive alternatives , at least to cool a room in the sweltering hours of the day.
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ECONOMY

What is No Poo ?, the latest trend in hair washing

The new ways of being responsible consumers also involve hair care. A new technique called “no poo” proposes abandoning conventional shampoo and replacing it with natural substances. Myths about this new trend The global trend towards a healthier life includes eating more naturally, leaving out agrochemicals, using less plastic and recycling .
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ECONOMY

Tidy up the house, it will help put your mind in order

Sometimes an everyday task can become the ideal time for mindfulness meditation. In Zen philosophy, an individual cannot advance on the paths of enlightenment if internally he is not in order, both in mind and spirit. But more than an end in itself, order is an infinite and intermittent process that always coexists with chaos, and that must be sought, since it never comes alone.
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ECONOMY

FOTCIENCIA contest: meet the winning seahorses

The FOTCIENCIA contest, organized by the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology and the Higher Council for Scientific Research, has awarded seven images that reflect phenomena such as the anatomy of seahorses seen in different light, the presence of plastics in the chain sustainable food or agricultural practices.
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ECONOMY

The importance of knowing yourself

Meditation, mindfulness, holistic retreats, yoga, spiritual breaks ... these terms are becoming more and more popular in today's society. We live a materialistic life at such a fast pace that we can hardly take care of the small or large details. One of the pending tasks of people is to try to preserve their most spiritual side and, therefore, to try to know themselves.
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ECONOMY

Time to get serious about degrowth

Economists have long debated whether we can grow our economies forever without destroying the planet. There are a variety of answers, and one in particular captures the imagination of a growing number of people. It's called degrowth. The idea of ​​degrowth is simple.
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