Dressing sustainably can be simple, when you know what you’re doing.
But just what kind of knowledge do you need to make informed choices about the clothes you buy?
That fact was the impetus behind the founding of “A Greener Daily Life,” as a site for folks looking to learn about everyday products created in an ethical and sustainable manner.
I imagine the popularity of the podcast was a direct reflection of how difficult it can be to discover brands that are dedicated to doing good.
The fashion industry can be particularly harmful. In fact, according to a recent Forbes Magazine article, “The apparel industry accounts for 10% of global carbon emissions and remains the second largest industrial polluter, second only to oil.”
So I was thrilled when Chet offered our audience a free download PDF on “5 Steps to Dressing More Sustainably.”
This PDF covers such topics as:
- paring down your own wardrobe
- clothing swaps
- vintage & thrifting
- finding clothes made with sustainable fabrics
- and more
It really is a treasure-trove of great advice packed into a handy, easy access guide.
Just click, 5 Steps to Dressing Sustainably to download the PDF.
I hope you’ll take advantage of this generous gift, offered completely free of charge by our friend Chet Van Wert.
I also hope you’ll visit Chet’s website, “A Greener Daily Life” when you need reliable information for making your purchasing decisions.
You may also wish to sign up for the “A Greener Daily Life” newsletter to get weekly inspiration for your own sustainable living path. I did and I look forward to great tips I get weekly in my inbox as a result.
For more information on sustainable living, you might also check out the following past episodes of The Sustainable Living Podcast: