So many things have changed as a result of Covid-19 – how we work, how we engage with others, how we fill our free time and, in many instances, how we shop. The pandemic has encouraged us to collectively re-evaluate our habits as consumers, and to question the values of […]

Let’s say you’re coming up with costumes for your new film set in the 1980s. What will your characters wear? If all you’re going by are hot takes on the Internet, it’ll be a lot of leg warmers, jackets with shoulder pads, and garish, graphical shirts in neon colors. And […]

Over the past six months, if you’re like most Americans, you’ve spent a lot less money on clothes than you normally would — while also spending a decent amount of money on masks. Why it matters: Behind the change in behavior is a huge change in capital flows from some […]

The Fashion Institute of Technology is gearing up for its first fully remote Sustainability Awareness Week running Oct. 5 to 9. Usually the annual event, which is put on by the FIT Sustainability Council, is reserved for the FIT community, but this year it is free and open to the […]

By Brandon Showalter, CP Reporter Follow | Thursday, October 08, 2020 Facebook still is the largest social network in the world as of 2018, with 2.2 billion monthly active users. | (Photo: Reuters/Philippe Wojazer) Facebook has removed the page of Restored Hope Network, a Christian ministry that helps those with […]

Abstract Industrialisation, urbanisation and economic development have produced unprecedented (if unevenly distributed) improvements in human health. They have also produced unprecedented exploitation of Earth’s life support systems, moving the planet into a new geological epoch, the Anthropocene—one defined by human influence on natural systems. The health sector has been complicit […]

Kanye West reported his financial assets and liabilities in an October filing to the U.S. Office of Government Ethics as part of his run for president. The rapper said his largest asset is fashion company Yeezy LLC, worth “over $50 million,” according to the document. The firm’s apparel and footwear […]

Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Melanie Tobiasson mounted her defense this week to charges that she interfered with a double murder investigation, calling into question the facts of a long list of allegations against her. In a 70-page, point-by-point breakdown, lawyers for Tobiasson moved for a dismissal of the […]

Member Article Just one fifth of shoppers trust sustainability claims made by brands, according to new research from The Knowledge is Power – Consumer Trust in Sustainability Report. Commissioned by Compare Ethics, the platform building trust and transparency through data-driven sustainable product verification, the report explores the crisis in consumer […]

In this episode of Intelligence Matters, host Michael Morell interviews John Brennan, career intelligence officer and former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency. Brennan, who led the agency during the Obama administration from 2013 to 2017, offers new insights into the intelligence community’s assessments of Russia’s interference in the 2016 election, shares […]

In this episode of Intelligence Matters, host Michael Morell interviews John Brennan, career intelligence officer and former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency. Brennan, who led the agency during the Obama administration from 2013 to 2017, offers new insights into the intelligence community’s assessments of Russia’s interference in the 2016 election, shares […]

news, latest-news, mulesing, non mulesed wool, non mulesed fashion, non mulesed clothes, brands against mulesing A list of over 180 Australian and international clothing brands who have come out in opposition of mulesing has been released to the public. The list – put together by animal welfare organisation FOUR PAWS […]

Source: OpenClipart-Vectors/Pixabay Waking up this morning to news of the much deserved Nobel Prize win for Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer A. Doudna “for the development of a method for genome editing” confirms the importance of their work, and raises implications regarding the future of genome editing, and perhaps all life […]

A list of over 180 Australian and international clothing brands who have come out in opposition of mulesing has been released to the public. The list – put together by animal welfare organisation FOUR PAWS – includes the names of 185 fashion brands, including Patagonia, H&M, Country Road Group, Kmart […]

Introduction Frauds and misconducts have been common in the history of science. Recent events connected to the COVID-19 pandemic have highlighted how the risks and consequences of this are no longer acceptable, especially during a global health emergency. The time has come to review the entire editorial policy system, especially […]