Celebrating the Wonder of Trees with Amberoot Bathrobes

  Most of the times we tend to take things for granted, as given, but sometimes it is good to stop   and to recap. So...

Inhaling Plastic Synthetic Fibres - Does it Matter?

How important is the air you breath? How important that it is kept clean and healthy? Such questions but with the foc...

Amberoot Tops the Most Ethical Online Retailers in the UK Ranking List - by Ethical Consumer Magazine

Since 1989 Ethical Consumer Magazine in the UK has reported on ethical issues and after having done their thorough an...

List of Articles and Research on Microplastics

We'd like to tell you lots of things about the things we've learned about micropastics, but our time resources are limited. Below is a list of some of the great articles and scientific research on the subject - updated once in a while. Enjoy! ◎ܫ◎

What is the Contribution of Synthetic Textiles to Ocean Plastic Pollution

Synthetic textiles account for 16% of total annual plastic production. Plastic textiles (mainly polyester, nylon, acrylic, elastane) shed mirofibers when washed and in this way enter rivers, lakes, seas and oceans. Synthetic microfibers - largest source of primary microplastic pollution - 35%. Synthetic microfibers leak 0.5 million tonnes - 4.4% of total plastic waste into oceans. Synthetic microfibers are extremely harmful to aquatic creatures and they end up in our food and water too

Synthetic Clothes and the Consequences to Our Health

  Most of the clothes we wear nowadays are made from synthetic fabrics. They contribute to various health effects for...

Ethical Consumer Anti-Greenwash Q&A with Gintare from Amberoot

Amberoot CEO’s recent anti-greenwash interview with Ethical Consumer magazine.

Best Buy Label Awarded to Amberoot

Back in January, 2019 we were thrilled to share with you all that the Ethical Consumer Magazine rated Amberoot as the most ethical fashion marketplace.

Plastic Soup Foundation Suggests Using Amberoot Sustainability Ratings

Our Tool's material rankings are based on how much water, land and energy each ingredient uses. The extent of the pollution caused to water, soil and air by each ingredient is also evaluated. Consideration on whether the ingredient is biodegradable, renewable or not is also taken into the account.

Banana - Excellent Durable Food Waste Fabric

Banana is an excellent sustainable resource for textiles. A byproduct of food production, this matte, durable fibre has a high affinity for colour and can be weaved into many designs including tailored jackets and shirts, as well as soft furnishings. The Japanese have been using banana fibres for nearly 800 years, having perfected the art, the courser outer fibres of banana stalks are used for baskets and the finer inner fibres are reserved for kimonos.

Plastic Soup Foundation's Workshop on Fighting the Microfiber Pollution

This year the Foundation has also led the international workshop on tackling microfiber pollution with a great mix of people from corporations, SMEs and academia. The crowd was informed on the latest microfiber research and on short, mid and long term solutions aiming to solve the problem.

Fashion Films: Stink! - Your Health and Chemicals Lurking in Our Clothes

Pajamas. One Christmas I bought my daughter pajamas online and when I opened the package it had peculiar odor. So I called the company to make sure they were safe and they completely stone walled me. I was angry that a company wouldn’t give me the information I needed to protect my kids so I decided to make a documentary about what makes the pajamas smell. That’s how “Stink!” the movie was born.

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