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Much has been said and written about the ocean’s poor condition in the past decade, but it appears that the Netflix documentary ‘Seaspiracy’ best exposes the impact of pollution and overfishing on the world’s marine life and coral reefs.
In this documentary, the British filmmaker Ali Tabrizi learns that discarded plastic fishing equipment composes 46 per cent of the “great Pacific garbage patch”. From cotton buds and plastic straws to plastic bottles, the filmmaker highlights the sheer number of plastic that humans contribute to the ocean. The film is already trending in Netflix as one of its Top 10 most watched films and programs, and has been praised by various celebrities.
Since the UN’s global Ocean Day Initiative, aiming to remind us of the oceans’ major role in everyday life, is noted today (June 8th), we decided to focus on 5 brilliant initiatives of producing fashion items while protecting the oceans.
Kornit Digital commits to the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals, enabling a cleaner, more responsible textile industry. Our “dry” digital print process requires less water for washing and curing printed pieces, resulting in significantly decreased pollution of freshwater.
Our technologies use a reduced amount of water and provide a sustainable print pathway to serve the world’s textile printing industry on any scale. And most importantly – our simple, one-step print solution, which coats, prints and finishes the fabric in-line, using patented technology and zero water waste. Want to wash away the chemicals from your business and create minimum water pollution?
Contact us and learn how to do it