Indulgent yet responsible fabrics

White biotechnology and enzymes

O Ecotextiles (and Two Sisters Ecotextiles)

For tens of thousands of years, humans relied on nature to provide them with everything they needed to make their lives more comfortable -cotton and wool for clothes, wood for furniture, clay and ceramic for storage containers, even plants for medicines. But this all changed during the first half of the twentieth century, when organic chemistry developed methods to …

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From last week’s post, you’ll remember we explained that GMO crops (to date) do not fulfill their promise: They do not decrease hunger and poverty; Data shows that GMO crops actually increase pesticide and herbicide use; They do not yield more; in a new report from the Union of Concerned Scientists, Failure to Yield, data …

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