Uware: Clothing Sustainability

 “Over 99% of the clothing thrown away in the US can be recycled or reused, but more than 85% ends up in landfills taking decades to hundreds of years to biodegrade.” The truth stares us in the face all the time, we are over polluting our planet largely due to animal agriculture and the automobile industry, but did you know:”one T-Shirt takes between 700-2000 gallons of water to produce and that the clothing industry is the 2nd largest consumer and polluter of water in the world?” When we are constantly being stared down by the obvious how is it so hard to try to creat change? We all know it needs to happen and people like Jonah Blechman make it happen everyday with great products like Uware! Uware is your favorite clothing items upcycled into loungewear so that you can help to lower the waste of the clothing industry as a whole, all while looking super cute in your converted Ed Sheeran tee. Not only is it practical for recycling, it’s unique and eclectic and truly lends to your sense of self. It just goes to show you that as human beings we can take sustainability into the future, and help now to creat a better world for ourselves! So while you’re cutting back on fast foods and drinking more water, save a little too and look fabulous doing it! 
   Jonah Blechman     For more on Uware visit their Kickstarter here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2142738121/uware-one-of-a-kind-sustainable-wear-for-women-men     And any press inquiries can be directed here:INFO@uwareit.com

Grove ecosystems

  The Grove Ecosystem is an intelligent, indoor garden that makes it possible to grow fresh, flavorful, and nutrient-rich food year round.Grove ecosystems are the entertainment centers of right now, offering a way to sustain your family with just the space of a bookshelf, as well as adding attractive plant life to your home. The efficient systems also offer built in led lighting for year round growing of your favorites! “Grove is leading the movement toward sustainable, diversified agriculture with a range of products and technologies that empower people to grow and source fresh, local food. Designed and built in Massachusetts, Grove‚Äôs intelligent, indoor gardening appliances educate and inspire people to think differently about food and sustainable living.” Their Kickstarter has been fully funded and the product is available for purchase at prices from$2,300-$4,500 USD to view a lengthier press report click here:http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20151103006638/en But what about those of us who can’t afford such an expensive option? I know we would still love to be able to grow indoors and sustain our families as well, so I took the time to gather a few links that offer less expensive options, as well as a video on how to better grow an indoor garden. The Grove ecosystem is an amazing product for the price you pay, but for those who there is still hope! http://m.wikihow.com/Design-a-Successful-Indoor-Garden     https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=0vl_sU30bCU                                          http://www.planetnatural.com/growing-indoors/                                  https://jet.com/product/detail/2d10ed54b61c46a4b1ef10adf611a126?jcmp=pla:ggl:home_garden_a2:lawn_garden_gardening_greenhouses_a2_other:na:na:na:na:na:2&code=PLA15&k_clickid=c3e8475e-c11b-4207-84bf-607441ec2065&gclid=CI_cx_n_98gCFQutaQodc2IIjw