Publié le August 31, 2020

I choose my products

I buy second-hand.

Giving a second life to products is not only a great way to save money, it prevents the production of new products and reduces waste.

I choose “eco” and “sustainable clothing”.

Manufacturing a man’s white cotton T-shirt weighing 155 g has emitted 6.5 kg of CO2. This is 10 times more than for an equivalent T-shirt which is made with renewable energy and ecological cotton.

I do not become a victim of fast fashion.

The 2000s have seen arrival of fast fashion: more and more cut-price clothes. Their ecological impact is enormous: textile production accounts for 1.2 billion tonnes of CO2 year.

And you can save money! In France each person buys about 10kg of clothes per year. For the health of the planet you can buy a shirt €5 in a shop that sells second-hand clothes instead of €25 in a regular shop.


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