Every year, the fashion industry produces a staggering amount of waste - an estimated 92 million tonnes, to be exact. Most of this waste comes from unwanted clothing that has been discarded by consumers.
It’s no secret that plastic isn't planet friendly. It pollutes our earth and oceans and takes hundreds of years to decompose. So why would a so-called sustainable company like Untouched World still use plastic courier bags and packaging?
Five-year old Rita McCormack has drawn a special picture of the flying doctor planes that helped save her life as a baby. Now her drawing is depicted on a fundraising t-shirt for the New Zealand Flying Doctor Trust (NZFDT), produced by Untouched World.
As consumers, we’re becoming more aware of our social and environmental responsibility, but at a time when sustainability is the word on everyone’s lips, it can be difficult to spot genuine from greenwashing.