Sustainability Report 2020
BETTER FOR THE PLANET
WE CHAMPION PRACTICES THAT DON’T HARM THE EARTH
Cultivating organic cotton ensures that no chemical insecticides, fertilisers or pesticides flow into the soil or into adjoining rivers, lakes or seas. This also means that the water used for organic farming is not considered as lost water, as it can be reused again and can return to the soil and otherwater sources without causing any harm. The overall positive effect onwater, animals and biodiversity means that the well-being and livelihood of cotton farmers and their communities is respected and protected.
There is only one planet Earth. It's up to all of us to consider how our methods of production affect the soil, lakes, rivers and oceans, the air and countless communities across the globe.
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