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Isabelle Mikkola (@isabellemikkola) Instagram Profile Photo
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Isabelle Mikkola

”Too often we’re buying into empty promises of consumerism, but at what cost?” - @kameachayne In order to produce cotton for 1 single t-shirt, 2700 liters of water is required = 3 years of drinking water for 1 person. Every second, a garbage truck’s worth of textiles are put in landfills or burned. This is a great mini series with 5 min videos (so you’ll have time to watch it😉) which will help explain why it’s so important for us to think about sustainability and conscious consumption 🤗 Strongly recommend to watch it👍 Link in bio! #rewindnature

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Cristhian Pantoja

We sure must keep on eye on this initiatives , we just have one world 🌎 Posted @withrepost@natgeo Photo by Luca Locatelli @LucaLocatelliPhoto // Sponsored by @thenorthface // I am currently working on a story for National Geographic magazine about sustainable innovations. I am investigating the fast fashion industry and possible solutions to reverse the damage generated by textile waste. This image is from inside one of the biggest textile recycling facilities in the Netherlands. More than a hundred people separate the textiles and grade them to ensure every piece becomes reusable. Textile waste has a huge impact on our planet. The cotton industry produces 10 percent of global carbon emissions worldwide, and uses about 5 percent of all pesticides and 14 percent of insecticides sold globally. The fast fashion industry needs a new way to create circularity around textile waste and reduce the impact in the coming years. Millennials are the biggest clients in this sector, demanding sustainable, durable, and Earth-friendly products instead of status symbols. Market demands and recycling technologies could be the right combination to push the fast fashion industry to create more sustainable products and reduce the impact on our planet. // The North Face and @rei have teamed up to create the #RewindNature series. In a new episode, sustainability advocate Kaméa Chayne explores fast fashion’s environmental and psychological effects.

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ModasostenibleRD

La industria necesita crear circularídad alrededor de los residuos textiles para poder reducir el impacto ambiental de los próximos años 😭♻️ . . Repost @natgeo Photo by Luca Locatelli @LucaLocatelliPhoto // Sponsored by @thenorthface // I am currently working on a story for National Geographic magazine about sustainable innovations. I am investigating the fast fashion industry and possible solutions to reverse the damage generated by textile waste. This image is from inside one of the biggest textile recycling facilities in the Netherlands. More than a hundred people separate the textiles and grade them to ensure every piece becomes reusable. Textile waste has a huge impact on our planet. The cotton industry produces 10 percent of global carbon emissions worldwide, and uses about 5 percent of all pesticides and 14 percent of insecticides sold globally. The fast fashion industry needs a new way to create circularity around textile waste and reduce the impact in the coming years. Millennials are the biggest clients in this sector, demanding sustainable, durable, and Earth-friendly products instead of status symbols. Market demands and recycling technologies could be the right combination to push the fast fashion industry to create more sustainable products and reduce the impact on our planet. // The North Face and @rei have teamed up to create the #RewindNature series. In a new episode, sustainability advocate Kaméa Chayne explores fast fashion’s environmental and psychological effects.

Check out this cool project I did with National Geographic, the North face, and REI. The whole video series is super interesting, and I had a great time working with this team! Full episodes at https://www.nationalgeographic.com/rewindnature/ #rewindnature

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Brian Jarmon

Super proud to share the most meaningful work of my career. Rewind Nature is a series on sustainability I produced for @thenorthface + @rei 👉🏼Link to full series in my Bio ♻️🌎 🎬 #rewindnature

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Leo Carillo State Beach

Trying to get the shot before we get pummeled by the surf. #rewindnature 📸 by @hollyonset

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