Sustainable fashion takes it's seat at the head of the table this Father's Day.
By Bianca Alexander
Unlike most animal species, historically, the human female has taken on the laborious and often exhilarating role of dressing flamboyantly in order to attract a mate she can depend on for protection and propagation of the species. As a result, in accordance with the law of supply and demand, fashion designers have gifted women with an entire arsenal of options for adorning and transforming themselves, from silk corsets to stilettos, ball gowns to ballet flats, kimono wrap dresses to kitten heels.
Daily material area in focus feature from our 2013 CSR Report
On June 6, 2013 TransCanada Corporation officially released our 2013 Corporate Social Responsibility Report. The 2013 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report was released during Canadian Environment Week as a testament to our commitment to operating in an economically, socially and environmentally sustainable manner, while recognizing the interests of our stakeholders.
New York City stylist creates a thriving sustainable business
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Whether you've always dreamed of having a personal stylist put together your look, or are looking to wear a more eco-conscious wardrobe, watch this episode of Conscious Living TV to transform your personal style. This week, Bianca visits New York for a transformative session with ethical stylist Jill Heller and her favorite designers.
First campaign will fund Vote Yes, a film starring The Sapphires' Miranda Tapsell
November 8Social impact crowdfunding platform StartSomeGood has partnered with social media hub IndigenousX to empower Indigenous Australian changemakers to raise funds and rally community support for diverse Indigenous-founded initiatives.
RSF borrower Indigenous has been pioneering fair trade fashion for years, and the recent tragedy in Bangladesh shows how much their work is needed. Indigenous is now offering to share its transparency and labor practices with the rest of the fashion industry, and urging consumers to demand ethical fashion.
“The Kamoro” is a documentary produced by Kalman N. Muller, written by Dr. Kal Muller, with support from PT-Freeport Indonesia. PT Freeport Indonesia is a subsidiary of Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold and operates in the Grasberg mineral district in Papua, Indonesia.
“The Kamoro” offers a look at the traditions, daily lives and challenges faced by the Kamoro people who live along the south coast of the Indonesian province of Papua, on the island of New Guinea.