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The ‘organic craze’ in the last decade has moved far beyond the fashionable confines of the middle class, now firmly entrenched in every economic stratum –clearly consumers now demand to know where and how their products come into being. This new consciousness is a very positive result of both companies and customers responding to our global challenges of economiorganic cottonc disparity, climate change and resource allocation.

So, although the figures for organic food products have fallen in the UK in the last year by almost 4%, it seems organic cotton has struck a chord with consumers with sales figures up by 2% in 2011 (even during a recession), according to the Soil Association in the UK. Read the rest of this entry »

Shaun Mccarthy

“The public demands more positive, socially responsible sponsors and events that are well-designed and add to the environment”

Now that the closing ceremony has taken place for the 2012 London Olympic Games, the consensus seems to scream “Great Job!” The analysts, ‘experts’ and participants have all echoed the sentiment that, despite the frequent pre-games cynicism (some of which came from this blog), the Brits have pulled off a fantastic, streamlined enterprise; in fact, one could almost feel the desire of the Olympic Committee and Cameron’s government to prove that despite the recession, London is still the world’s best capital. Read the rest of this entry »

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