Sustainability is not enough.Sustainability is not enough.
The meaning of sustainability is to sustain the current situation, but does sustaining what we have now...
We do NOT think so.
It has stopped being a purpose and has become a recourse. Most brands define themselves as sustainable and they are not. That is why we do not identify with this concept. Our mission goes beyond selling: we want to be useful today and tomorrow.
Reducing our impact is essential, but we know and have shown that we can do things better. All of us together. By finding the balance with natural means and generating a positive impact: REGENERATING.
By returning everything we have stolen from nature and finding the natural balance.
How are we going to do it?
By collaborating with our community, with projects that are committed to regeneration and balance.
REGENERATING is our commitment to make things better for the planet and future generations.
REGENERATION IS OUR LEGACY. It is MOVING FORWARD and LOOKING TO THE FUTURE.
→ HEMP TO REGENERATE
HEALING EARTHIts roots break the compacted soil and improve the structure of the earth. This increases the capacity of the soil to retain water and nutrients, generating healthier plants.
ABSORBING CO2It is a fast-growing plant that absorbs a large amount of CO2 from the atmosphere during its growth cycle. This reduces the amount of greenhouse gases.
ABSORBING TOXIN AND SOIL POLLUTANTSIt is a useful tool for cleaning contaminated soil and water, particularly in industrial areas or areas affected by environmental disasters.
FAVORING BIODIVERSITYIt provides a habitat for a variety of beneficial insects, birds, and other wildlife. It promotes biodiversity and creates a more balanced and resilient ecosystem.
HEALING EARTHIt uses techniques such as crop rotation, cover crops and the use of compost that help build soil structure and fertility over time.
ABSORBING CO2Organic cotton farming practices help increase the amount of carbon stored in the soil, combating the effects of climate change.
FAVORING BIODIVERSITYIts cultivation promotes biodiversity by creating a habitat for beneficial insects, birds and other wildlife. This helps build a more diverse and resilient ecosystem.
CONSERVING WATERIt uses less water than conventional cotton cultivation, due to the use of natural irrigation techniques and the absence of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides, which can contaminate water sources.
→ Biofibers to regenerate
Less water consumptionTheir raw material and the dyeing process used by biofibers require less water. In addition, they use a closed circuit system that recycles and reuses water.
CIRCULAR PRODUCTIONTheir raw materials are renewable and obtained from sustainable forests. Their production does not contribute to deforestation: the cause of biodiversity loss and climate change.
BIODEGRADABLETheir microorganisms can break down into natural elements such as water, carbon dioxide, and organic matter, which can be safely returned to the ecosystem.
DURABLEThey have a longer lifespan and can be used for a longer time. This helps reduce waste and promote a more sustainable and circular economy.