We list some of our favourite projects, charities and textile experts stitching together antidotes to wasteful fast fashion
A London-based surf brand wants to tackle increasing levels of plastic waste along the UK coastline by transforming it into beachwear
A Faroese knitwear brand is helping to empower women through heritage crafts via a Danish detective and a killer jumper
Bethany Wivell finds out how waste coffee grounds can be put to good use
The Big Swish', run by the Big Wardrobe and Daisy Green Magazine, isset to be one of the largest events in the clothes swapping calendar.
When ethical clothing company, Polarn O Pyret, offered children an opportunity to design a new t-shirt motif, they were astounded to receive over 5,000 entries.
Recently launched, organic and ethical company, Cool Green Attitude,combines high quality, sustainable clothing with creative andimaginative designs.
India Recycled photographic exhibition explores the journey of clothing from UK charity shops to the pavement traders of North India.
A Green Fashion Show will take place at the Feathers Hotel in Ludlow on Thursday 25 May. Forming part of the Ludlow Green Festival, the Fashion Show offers an evening of entertainment and ethics.
Endorsed by George Monbiot, Charles Secrett, Jonathon Dimbleby and others, the GreenChoices website offers up-to-the-minute information on all aspects of living a more environmentally-conscious life.