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  • POWER WOMEN WEDNESDAY – Parul Sharma

    ‘One general goal I have, and maybe as a self-policy, is to make human rights and sustainability issues common knowledge. I would like to reach out to as many as possible during my lifetime.’ Human rights lawyer Parul Sharma is a dedicated worker who thinks Sweden has too many sustainability contradictions. We got the chance …

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  • POWER WOMEN WEDNESDAY – Anna Stenberg

    ‘Some people have a strategic approach to their career, but I have always been driven by lust. By having fun at work and choosing assignments that are joyful and inspiring it doesn’t really feel like I am working when I am at work. I love that!’ She is the founder of her own recruitment company, …

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  • POWER WOMEN WEDNESDAY – Lin Lerpold

    “Believe in yourself and your potential to impact. Believe in causes greater than yourself. Be passionate about all that you do. In many ways, be the change you want to see.” Lin Lerpold describes herself as an annoying customer who always asks retailers about product production before buying anything. She was named one of Swedens …

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  • POWER WOMEN WEDNESDAY – Sophie Gripenberg

    ‘I have a dilemma with the word ‘career’; I don’t really know what it means. Somehow it sounds negative to me but at the same time I think that anyone who is involved in something that makes the world a better place should have a career.’ Sustainability enthusiast Sophie Gripenberg is quickly creating herself a name …

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  • STOCKHOLMSMAGASINEN: VASASTAN, ÖSTERMALM – NR 33 2018

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  • POWER WOMEN WEDNESDAY – Mischa Billing

    ‘I have always stayed true to my skill – tasting – which is the practical knowledge. That is my skill, my profession, and I am good at it and I love it’ Being a sommelier, lector in culinary arts and meal science at Örebro University and jury member on Swedish MasterChef, Mischa Billing sure knows the …

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  • Action needs to happen now: micro-plastics

    Fashion’s immense contribution to plastic pollution is often overlooked. Unlike natural materials like cotton, plastics do not break down. Instead, they break up into smaller and smaller pieces, eventually becoming what is known as “micro-plastics,” which are often about one fifth the size of a human hair. It’s these micro-plastics that can be found in fabric used …

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  • New study: People are willing to change, but don’t know how

    The Swedish furniture brand IKEA recently released a study in which 14 000 IKEA consumers in 14 different countries participated. Almost 90 % of the participating is willing to change their lifestyle to create a more positive climate change. But the study also shows that people don’t know how to change. They want to see …

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  • Standard 100 by OEKO-TEX

    The Standard 100 by OEKO-TEX is an independent test and certification system for textile products at all stages of processing. The test covers: – Legally banned and controlled substances – Chemicals known to be harmful to the health (but not yet legally controlled) – Parameters for health protection The more closely the products are in …

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  • One garbage truck of textiles wasted every second

    Ellen MacArthur’s foundation released a rapport recently, which shows that the equivalent of a garbage truck of textiles wasted every second is landfilled or burned. The rapport also shows the fact that an estimated value of 500 billion USD is lost every year due to clothing that’s rarely worn or not often recycled. As if …

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