What does it mean to be an eco-friendly brand?
Over the past several years, many brands have jumped on the proverbial eco-friendly bandwagon. Powerful journalism has brought new awareness to issues facing the environment and how those issues, in turn, affect human health. But what does it take for a brand to actually be eco-friendly? According to ANA, there are four pillars of sustainability: product development, supply chain management, waste reduction, and charitable partnerships. A brand needs to incorporate ethical practices in each of these areas to truly be sustainable.
As important as it is to be environmentally conscious at all times, we at KitePride know that not all changes can happen at once. So, here are a few earth loving Israeli companies and brands we thought you should know of and support.
Underwear that absorbs your periods, perspiration and incontinence - eliminating sanitary products
2) Charlie Banana
Reusable baby products
A Sustainable fashion brand
Machine that converts food leftovers into natural gas for cooking and into garden fertilizer
100% natural cosmetics
Collect polyethylene foam waste from different factories in Israel and converts it into absorbent safety pads
Collects household trash - turning it into plastic substitutes
8) Cecilia Cohen
9) Aleph farms
Growing delicious, real beef steaks from the cells of cows, eliminating the need for slaughtering animals or harming the environment.
High-rise building vertical gardens - allowing residents to grow their own food, use minimal amounts of water and soil
11) Green energy
Green Energy end-to-end solutions
Solutions for drinking water scarcity