We have but one planet, and it’s in trouble.
As a traveler I’ve seen first hand how climate change and pollution have affected different parts of our planet. Ethical travel wear and products are great ways to help make a difference. Wholesome Culture travel clothing is an eco friendly company committed to treating animals and the planet with kindness and compassion. Helping to keep our seas clean and plastic free, each piece of clothing at a time.
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Plastic pollution is destroying our oceans and harming the animals who call them home. The food, beauty, and fashion industries contribute to the cruelty, suffering, and needless deaths of billions of animals… each year.
Animal agriculture is rapidly destroying habitats across the globe and is the leading cause of greenhouse gases. Logan and I made the transition to a vegetarian diet a year ago when we learned of the devastating affects eating meat has on our planet. North America’s factory farming is the main contributor.
Combined we’ve lost upwards of 90 lbs (40.8 kg) since the diet switch. If we didn’t eat eggs and cheese, our diet would be considered vegan. More people than ever suffer from health problems, and the numbers are rising. Fresh water is becoming polluted, poisoned, or disappearing.
Tough pill to swallow huh?
As a consumer, we have the choice of who and where we get our products & services from. Wholesome Culture is committed to treating animals and the planet with kindness and compassion, making it a priority that anyone who works for them is safe and ethically-treated. That includes where they manufacture and produce their clothing.
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I adore the Wholesome Culture travel clothing because not only are they adorable but they’re promoting eco friendly concepts to everyone that sees them. Plus the clothing is made in Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production (WRAP) certified factories.
Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production (WRAP) is a non-profit dedicated to promoting safe, lawful, humane, and ethical manufacturing around the world through certification and education.
Along my travels I started to pay attention to how big my carbon footprint was away from home. Shopping and the bags that came with it were unacceptable. Bringing a reusable shopping bag doesn’t take up space when traveling. You can use it at the airports for your snacks in-between flights. Or there is always the local markets, with food, treats, and other handmade products. It never hurts to bring one, you’ll never know when you need it.
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A percentage of each purchase will be given back to non- profit, charitable organizations that share the same values.