Concepts & Names

Circular Economy

The circular economy is an economic concept that is part of sustainable development and economic concepts inspired in particular by notions of economic permaculture, green economy, use economy or functionality economy, performance economy and industrial ecology, and which emerges as

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Regenerative Organic Certified ( ROC )

Is a revolutionary new certification for food, fiber, and personal care ingredients. ROC farms and products meet the highest standards for soil health, animal welfare, and farmworker fairness. In early 2020, we completed our Pilot Program. Regenerative Organic Certified was

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Biodiversity, or biological diversity, can be defined as the variability between living beings of all origins, terrestrial, marine and other aquatic ecosystems and the ecological complexes of which they are part. This variability appears only as a result of nature

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Permaculture, which means “permanent culture”, is a system of agricultural and social principles whose design planning is centered on directly simulating or using the patterns and characteristics observed in natural ecosystems and has been studied to respond to the new

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Environmental education

Environmental education is an educational process, responsible for training individuals concerned with environmental problems and seeking the conservation and preservation of natural resources and sustainability, considering the theme in a holistic way, that is, addressing its economic, social, political aspects

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Organic Farming and Certification

Organic farming and organic farming are often used to designate sustainable farming systems that do not allow the use of synthetic chemicals that are harmful to human health and the environment, such as some varied types of synthetic fertilizers and

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Vegetarianism or vegetarianism is a diet based on the consumption of foods of plant origin. It is defined as the practice of not eating any type of animal, with or without the use of dairy products and eggs. Vegetarianism can

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Sustainable Fashion

Sustainable fashion, also known as eco fashion, is a concept defined by methodologies and production processes that are not harmful to the environment. That is, the creation of clothing and accessories without harming the ecosystem that exists around the production

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Sustainability is a characteristic or condition of a process or a system that allows it to remain, at a certain level, for a certain period. Lately, this concept has become a principle according to which the use of natural resources

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100% Organic Cotton

Cotton is the common name given to several species of the botanical genus Gossypium L., from the Malvaceae family. There are about 40 species, shrubs, native to subtropical and tropical regions, some of which are used for the production of

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Cruelty Free

In the animal rights movement, cruelty free is a label for products or activities that do not harm or kill animals anywhere in the world. Products tested on animals are not considered cruelty free, as these tests are often painful

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Fair Trade

Fair trade (in Portuguese: Comércio Justo) is one of the pillars of economic and ecological (or economical, as it has been called) sustainability. It is a social movement and an international trade modality that seeks to establish fair prices, as

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Veganism is the practice of refraining from using products of animal origin, seeking to exclude, as far as possible, the use of any product of animal origin, whether in food or clothing. A follower of this practice is known as

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5R Policy

The Five Rs Rule, also known as 5 R or Cinco Erres, is an ecological lifestyle recommendation, popularized by Béa Johnson, with the aim of minimizing the impact of human waste. The five points of this lifestyle are: refuse all

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3R Policy

Rule of Three Rs, also known as Three Rs of Ecology, or simply 3R, or also the Three Erres, is a proposal on consumption habits, popularized by the environmental organization Greenpeace, which aims to develop habits such as responsible consumption.

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