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Greenify Your Threads With India’s Top Organic Brands: Here is a List You can Pick from!

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New Delhi, April 26, 2017:

Organic Products have survived in good faith since the time of medieval history. Buying the eco-friendly products is one of the important ways to advocate for the environment and organic clothing is just another way.

We have summed up some renowned organic apparel brands for our readers to hook up.

First in the list is Indigreen, the unique eco-friendly label in India. The brand is artistically known for a blend of art, high fashion, eco-friendly values, fair trade ethics and a heavy dose of Bollywood & Indian kitsch. The company was started by Designer Nidhi and entrepreneur Gaurav G. The brand is solely committed to producing 100% eco-friendly, high Quality and non-toxic products. They also give back at least 10% of their profits to Local Indian NGOs working on sustainable development.

Source: Indigreen

No Nasties is another organic clothing brand that seeks to fulfil and align itself with environmental objectives. In the “Couture-conscious” world, no nasties contribute cent percent organic and fair trade clothing that is sustainably made from seed to garment.

 

Source: No Nasties

Third, in the organic list is Do you speak green and is one of the few brands that promotes bamboo clothing alongside fusion and organic cotton.

Do You Speak Green has a motive, one which envisions the world where children would breathe unpolluted air, drink unpolluted water and see the pristine neighbourhood. They are helping this vision become a reality by designing clothing made from 60 percent organic cotton waste plus 40 percent recycled post-consumer polyester (PET) bottles certified by Global Recycle Standard.

Source: Do you speak green

Anokhi is the last in our list of India’s best eco clothing brands. It is committed to its work and ethical morals, sustaining honest rapport with artists and rendering them support to work from their places in Jaipur. Anokhi is an expert in block printing and the designs blend contemporary styles with bold striking graphics and colours.

Source: Anokhi

 

– by Naina Mishra of Newsgram, Twitter Nainamish94

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Researchers Develop Wearable Device to Measure Wearer’s Physiological Response to Environment

The team says the aim of Project Coolbit is to create a personalised comfort model for each wearer, as well as crowdsourcing environmental data in the city in real-time.

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Fitbit watches, Sensors, Environment
Fitbit watches have sensors that get information from air temperature and humidity, but also from the physiological response of the individual in that environment. Pixabay

Researchers are developing a wearable device that aims to provide individualised information while gathering environmental data.

According to researchers, the device can measure the wearer’s physiological response to their immediate environment.

“We have added some sensors to the Fitbit watches that get information from air temperature and humidity, but also from the physiological response of the individual in that environment, such as your heart rate, your skin temperature, and your skin humidity,” said Negin Nazarian from UNSW.

“We have also developed some apps where you can interact with and tell us how you feel about the environment, so that way we can develop a methodology and a solution that is personalised and not one-size-fits-all,” Nazarian added.

Fitbit watches, Environment
There are some apps where you can interact with and tell us how you feel about the environment. Pixabay

The team says the aim of Project Coolbit is to create a personalised comfort model for each wearer, as well as crowdsourcing environmental data in the city in real-time.

“So your wearable already knows your personal comfort model, it knows your preference of the environment, the type of activities you like and some information about your physiological response,” the team said.

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A Coolbit user could create a personalised heat safe route for a run, based on the previous information received by the wearable, according to the researcher.

“It also knows, based on the environmental information that other parties may give about the cities, the climate of the city,” the researchers said. (IANS)