Circular Economy and Mom's Store Nepal.
Consumers nowadays are more aware of the ethical and environmental impacts of their purchases, and this is leading to a demand for products which offer sustainable solutions which basically adapts to circular economy.
What is a circular economy?
Circular economy = Solution for sustainable future
As the circular economy opts for renewable energy resources when it’s possible, that decreases the risk of less pollution in the long run. Where it strictly follows three sustainability aided principles :-
The advantages of a circular economy are the protection of the environment, reducing the waste and the emission of greenhouse gases, and systematic recycling. The circular economy also allows to decrease the dependence on importation of resources (raw materials, water, energy).
One of the circular economy process followed by Mom's Store Nepal
Moms store Nepal focuses on promoting sustainability in Nepal. Raising awareness on environmental impacts. FACT “Fashion production uses at least 2700 liters of water to produce at least one single T-shirt followed up with its dyeing and finishing process”.
And here we encourage the idea of using what we already have; reuse and repurpose things which would otherwise end up in landfills. Remember “fast fashion isn’t free, someone somewhere is paying”-lucy siegle. The practical side of fast fashion has trained us to see textile as disposable. Recycling and reusing second-hand clothes is a great choice for consumers who wish to take action for overconsumption of resources that our planet and even our own health will have to pay for.
So when you buy something repurposed, you are joining in the circular solution which reduces waste. Therefore, we should change our thinking and habits around how we live and adapt to the Circular economy.