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An Interview with Founder of Rebel Root, Eva Riu

When RebelRoot contacted us at Twig and Boat , one of the first things that came to our minds when we saw their fashion line was, "Wow. We love the designs on the scarves and shirts." After some digging around, our on-the-surface impression of the company quickly grew into a much deeper love affair. Why? For starters, their fabrics are simply amazing and the RebelRoot line is made using the highest standards of fair trade and ethical fashion.

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10 Principles of Fair Trade

Learn about 10 Principles that Fair Trade Organizations must follow in their day-to-day work and carries out monitoring to ensure these principles are upheld.

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¿Como el comercio justo ayuda a comunidades?

El comercio beneficia a los más vulnerables y proporciona medios de vida sostenibles mediante el desarrollo de oportunidades para los productores pequeños y desfavorecidos. Ellos hacen posible Rebelroot. 

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How does Fair Trade Help People?

Trade must benefit the most vulnerable and deliver sustainable livelihoods by developing opportunities for small and disadvantaged producers. Meet some of the artisans working with RebelRoot:

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What's ethical fashion?

Ethical fashion represents an approach to the design, sourcing and manufacture of clothing which maximises benefits to people and communities while minimising impact on the environment. 

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Tencel, the most eco-friendly fiber

Tencel is the most environmentally friendly man-made cellulosic fibre available today. It is produced exclusively from the wood pulp of Eucalyptus trees certified by the Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC), and the fibre carries the Pan-European Forest Council (PEFC) quality seal. 

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What is gots certification?

We work with Gots certification. Only textile products that contain a minimum of 70% organic fibres can become GOTS certified. All chemical inputs such as dyestuffs and auxiliaries used must meet certain environmental and toxicological criteria.

The film highlights inspections, certification and lab analysis work in textile production sites all over the world and addresses the standard's benefits for both the industry and consumers.