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Your Work Out Wear & Plastics: Under The Microscope

Last month one of the European ecommerce platforms on which we are featured banned all polyester clothing- unless it is recycled. So we were wondering if this is the beginning of the end for synthetic fabrics? Alexandra Reece investigates. Consumers have long been aware of the polluting impact of waste materials on the environment, but […]

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A Drop In The Ocean – Art, Beach Cleaning & Data Collection in Brighton

Graphic designer and Brighton resident Irene Soler has spent the last 5 months leading her beach cleaning & data collection project ‘A Drop In The Ocean’, and has no plans to stop there! This ambitious conservation and design project is creating an infographic along the Volks Electric Railway, using bottle caps found along the Brighton […]

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Plastic Free Shopping – With Glamour!

“Think about it, why would you make something that you’re going to use for a few minutes out of a material that’s basically going to last forever, and you’re just going to throw it away. What’s up with that?” – Jeb Berrier (Bag It movie). We’re trying to spread awareness about the issues of single-use […]

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Sail Away! – With The Incredible SailBoat Project!

  (Photos by Mi Elferson) The Sailboat Project helped us create our best shoot yet! After meeting Dhara from The Sailboat Project, we knew a collaboration was a perfect idea for both our companies. He offered to let us use his gorgeous boat for a photo shoot on the water. The Sailboat Project is an […]

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Hiring A Web Developer: What your startup needs to know

Finding the right web developer for your startup can be very challenging. Whether you to choose to hire a developer who’ll become a permanent fixture or a contractor, there are many obstacles you’ll need to overcome to find a person who’s the right fit. But before you jump feet first into the recruitment process, we’ve […]

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Plastic is Killing our Oceans- The Issues, Facts and Possible Solutions.

Approximately 40% of the world’s 7.6 billion people live within 62 miles (100km) of an ocean coast. For the other 60%, some of whom may never have even seen an ocean, the seas still play a vital role in their lives. Oil and consumer goods are moved around the world on vast ships, keeping the […]

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Shoppers Attack Single Use Plastic

‘Plastic Attack’ proves the unnecessary amount used by supermarkets A group of shoppers in Birmingham make a trip to their local supermarket to do their weekly shop; but before taking it home, they decided to remove all the single use plastic covering their food and leave it in the store. The ‘attack’ created a strong […]

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RubyMoon is proud to be a partner on the the Brighton Beach Collective.

The Brighton Beach Collective is launching an innovative exhibition and installation showcasing a variety of ethical and sustainable products following a beach or beach-waste theme. Showing from May 4th– June 4th2018 at The FAIR Shop in Brighton, 21 Queen’s Road, BN1 3XA. The BBC is formed of a group of artists and designers working ethically […]

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Illustrating a children’s book made from recycled ocean plastic

Charity Waste Free Oceans has created the environmentally friendly book in collaboration with illustrator Chervelle Fryer and tech company Teijin.             Welsh illustrator Chervelle Fryer and Japanese technology company Teijin have helped bring to life a children’s book produced entirely from recycled ocean plastic. The Ocean Plastic Book project was […]

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How to Adopt a Minimalist Approach to Fashion

This months guest blog is from the wonderful Allie Cooper. https://about.me/Allie.Cooper Minimalism is not so much a fashion approach as it is a lifestyle. This is because it entails owning only essential items, which means having a wardrobe with a few clothing pieces that can be mixed and matched. To embrace the concept of “less […]

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