Hemp fibre vs Cotton fibre Eco-Fashion Encyclopedia
Water scarcity is a term used to describe a country or region where the annual renewable water supplies are below 1000 m3 per person.
WATER FOOTPRINT SELECTED PRODUCTS GRAPHICS
WATER FOOTPRINT OVERVIEW
SAVE CARBON FOOTPRINT “WEAR CLOTHES LONGER” GRAPHICS ECO-FASHION ENCYCLOPEDIA
Cotton production impact on natural resources diagram
WATER POLLUTION ILLUSTRATION
Dryland farming is rain-fed agriculture in arid or semi-arid areas, and growing crops and raising livestock without irrigation in semiarid and dry sub-humid regions with minimal rainfall.