In the United States, slaughterhouses have been exposed as the animal abuse factories that they are, thanks to the handful of animal welfare organizations that have been brave enough to … Read more
While roadside zoos recently have been in a negative light for their animal rights violations, raising awareness of this global issue, animal cruelty is happening even in some of the most-loved, respected, accredited zoos all over the world. While many more laws now exist that regulate wild animals’ possession and exhibition, the situation appears to have remained unaddressed for captive animals. So we had to ask: How can we stop animal cruelty in zoos?
Beauty brands worldwide have had several controversies surrounding the industry over the last few years, with most drama occurring on social media. And many makeup companies’ blunders inspired some very entertaining headlines. But when all the smoke and chat room-dust had settled, we had several brands left standing in the unethical spotlight. So we had to ask: What are the most unethical makeup companies?
Sports were inevitable human creations that not only feed our competitive spirit but are also greatly advantageous to both physical and mental health. Some sports like running, hiking, and swimming put man and the environment together in harmony. However, sports that rely on engines or on artificially shaping a location into a specific sport territory are not harmonious with the environment, and they have some rather adverse effects. So we had to ask: What are the worst sports for the environment?
Shopping for ethical and sustainable soap isn’t always easy. You have to do your homework to find out if products are organic or vegan, tested on animals, contain sustainable palm oil…it’s just too much. Instead, we suggest you save yourself from such investigations and make ethical soap yourself. But we had to ask: How to make ethical soap?
Halifax Bank has had its share of controversy, including incredible amounts of fraud and corruption that were exposed in recent years. However, a look at reports regarding the bank’s approach to environmental, social, and governance (ESG) topics shows an image of an upstanding group leading the way in UN Sustainability Goals. So we had to ask: How ethical is Halifax Bank?
Let’s be real for a moment: Fast fashion is wreaking havoc on the planet. Multinational corporations are chiefly focused on making executives and shareholders rich – and they are exploiting workers all around the world to do it. And on top of everything, companies will mock you and trick you into purchasing their clothing by trying to turn around this reality through the contemporary corporate communication tactic known as greenwashing.
Do you have a Styrofoam cooler that has served its purpose, and now you don’t know what to do with it? (You only know you don’t wish to throw it in the trash.) Well, you’ve come to the right place, because we’ve collected some information and are happy to share suggestions on how to recycle that Styrofoam cooler.
L.L. Bean has had its ups and downs with public support over the last decade. Some are still boycotting the brand after the Grab Your Wallet movement encouraged consumers to do so, but it has also been a founding member of several prominent organizations for sustainable fashion. So we had to ask: How ethical is L.L. Bean?