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FreedomeE launches to empower fashion brands, suppliers

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FreedomeE, a global community of fashion brands, suppliers, artisans, creatives and industry professionals, was formally launched recently. The company will focus on small scale producers, who can benefit from its production, marketing and distribution centres in Portugal, Brazil, US, Honduras, Panama, UK, South Africa, Bangladesh and Hong Kong.  

FreedomeE will promote its members, offering a platform for them to showcase and sell their products and services direct to the public, cutting out the expense of the sales and marketing effort that so often restricts progress for these emerging brands.

A stringent selection procedure will ensure that members comply with FreedomeE’s proprietary

5-pillar metric for positive impact and sustainability, which align with the UN SDG directives: social responsibility, quality of output, environmental accountability; and technological and economical efficiency.

“In my 20 years as a designer, and specifically in my last 5 years travelling the globe, I have learned that the fashion industry is losing values, losing talent and losing the battle for the planet. The motivation for the fashion industry to unite and fix its ecosystem has never been higher, so the time is ripe for a platform such as FreedomeE to lead the way,” said founder of FreedomeE, Francesca Giobbi.

The FreedomeE programme will accompany its members from initial garment design right through to the point of sale, mentoring and assisting them where possible to reduce unnecessary waste in the system and ensure ethical practice throughout. The platform will become a marketplace for this highly refined group of brands to sell items from their collections direct to the public, a recognised space for a community of trusted brands that will be promoted by FreedomeE’s opinion former group.

“We believe in leading by example. That’s why we created ‘FreedomeE – Made4Better’. By empowering key players in the fashion cycle – from models to salespeople and, crucially, consumers – we can build entrepreneurship at all levels, creating more freedom (the inspiration behind our name) for all those in the system to maximise their potential.  We’re here to disrupt, making a bold move to get fashion fixed,” said Giobbi.

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FreedomeE, a global community of fashion brands, suppliers, artisans, creatives and industry professionals, was formally launched recently. The company will focus on small scale producers, who can benefit from its production, marketing and distribution centres in Portugal, Brazil, US, Honduras, Panama, UK, South Africa, Bangladesh and Hong Kong.





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Just how bad are they? Is climate change the cause?

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Misinformation often flourishes in times of crisis, as people scramble to make sense of the chaos unfolding around them.

This week has been no exception.

As NSW and Queensland are consumed by ferocious bushfires, claims about the situation have been flung around by MPs, commentators and social media users. But what’s true?

Let’s take a look at some of the key talking points that have sprung from the devastation.

Are these fires the worst Australia has seen?

The crisis is still very much unfolding. But as it stands, in terms of the number of lives and homes lost, the answer is, thankfully, no.

So far, three people have been killed, at least 170 houses have been destroyed and dozens more are damaged.

However, when it comes to the amount of land scorched, it’s a different story. As of Tuesday night, the more than 60 blazes burning across the state were “consuming an area of more than a million hectares”, according to NSW Rural Fire Service Commissioner Shane Fitzsimmons.

By comparison, our deadliest bushfires, the 2009 Black Saturday blazes in Victoria, which claimed 173 lives, saw 450,000ha burned.

When words like “unprecedented” and “historical” have been used by media and emergency services over the past few days, it’s been mostly in relation to the fire weather conditions.

On Tuesday, for example, low humidity was met by strong winds and temperatures in the high 30s across large parts of the state. As a result, a catastrophic fire warning — the highest alert level — was applied to the Greater Sydney, Greater Hunter and Illawarra/Shoalhaven regions; an area home to roughly six million people.

It was the first time the Sydney region, which includes the Blue Mountains and Central Coast, has faced a ‘catastrophic’ risk since the new warning system was introduced 10 years ago.

Such was the severity of the situation, that a day earlier Premier Gladys Berejiklian declared a week-long state of emergency, in order to afford temporary, extended powers to the Rural Fire Service to assist them in battling the blazes.

Are bushfires connected to climate change?

The experts say yes.

While the approach of summer has always brought with it the sound of sirens and the smell of smoke, in recent years, fire seasons are beginning sooner and lasting longer.

The CSIRO and Bureau of Meteorology’s 2018 State of the Climate report found that, since the 1950s, there has been a long-term increase in extreme fire weather and in the length of the fire season across large parts of Australia.

“Climate change, including increasing temperatures, is contributing to these changes,” the report read.





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