Children’s clothing reviews

Review – Pinocchio, the great triumph of Guillermo del Toro and stop motion

Review – Pinocchio, the great triumph of Guillermo del Toro and stop motion

Pinocchio by Guillermo del Toro is a project that took more than 10 years to complete, and in which, more than the time invested, you can see the passion for telling stories. Through a stop motion animation made in a neat way and a powerful and moving story that tells us about acceptance in the

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Sustainable children's clothing without poison: 6 recommended brands

Sustainable children’s clothing without poison: 6 recommended brands

Clothing is often produced under inhumane conditions and contains questionable pollutants – this also applies to children’s clothing. We introduce you to 6 brands for sustainable children’s and baby clothing. Support our work for more sustainability:Underlined in orange or links marked with ** are partner links. If you order through it, we receive a small

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The fierce criticism of Greta Thunberg, the young and admired environmental activist

The fierce criticism of Greta Thunberg, the young and admired environmental activist

Drafting BBC News World September 26, 2019 Image source, Getty Images Caption, Since her image began to appear in the media in August 2018, Greta Thunberg has inspired millions of people around the world. She is young, white, and was born in one of the most developed countries in the world, Sweden. The young activist

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Pollutants: How dangerous are chemicals in children’s clothing?

Pollutants: How dangerous are chemicals in children’s clothing?

Greenpeace warns against children’s clothing contaminated with chemicals. The environmental organization has investigated the extent to which five particularly harmful substances can be detected in shoes, shirts and swimsuits from various manufacturers. The focus is on plasticizers, hormones and substances considered carcinogenic. The results have now been published in the study Little monsters in the

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