Although our school situation may be different, it does not necessarily mean it’s for the worse. The autumn has always been my personal favourite season – the crunchy golden leaves, the sharp autumn smell (or pumpkin spice if you’re into that), and the confusing hoodie-shorts weather. It rocks.
Over 60% of food thrown away every year could be avoidable, but our society continues to consume food in an unsustainable manner. Where can we improve? We need to stay educated, understand the importance, and develop ideas to consume food more sustainably. To be able to live in a developed country where food seems like an infinite source of energy, is a blessing. It should not be taken for granted especially when others around the world struggle from hunger every day.
Over the course of the last century, or even the last decade, we have seen an enormous change in the growth of our population, thereby altering the looks and functions of our way of living. This extends to our lifestyles, use of resources, and methodologies used. A main point to focus on is our change in use of resources over the years of development and growth. More specifically, let’s focus on the altercations of land and how that effects daily life across the globe.
Fast fashion is a global issue which has a significant impact on both the planet and the people. The blog post starts off by describing what fast fashion is and how it is not sustainable. Furthermore, the post also discusses the various effects of the fashion industry. In particular, it touches upon landfills, water usage and individuals who work in textile shops. It ends off with some solutions that could help to reduce the issue.