Cotton Diapers Mousseline - Grey Pack
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- Brand: Cotton baby
- Product Code: MM-BA101
- In stock
Baby cotton, a Portuguese brand that creates its products in mousseline fabric, using raw materials such as 100% organic cotton which is the case of t.. See More
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Baby cotton, a Portuguese brand that creates its products in mousseline fabric, using raw materials such as 100% organic cotton which is the case of the Grey Pack.
Baby cotton products accompany your baby from day one. The durability of the materials allows for a versatile use over time.
The fabric is ultra breathable.
Size: 65 x 65cm
We use recycled paper packaging, a commitment to the planet!
In the cotton baby we use organic materials, of sustainable origin!
Bebé de Cotton (CottonBaby), a Portuguese brand that creates its products in Mousseline fabric, using sustainable raw materials in the various compositions (100% Organic Cotton | 100% Cotton | 50% Organic Cotton + 50% Lyocell | 60% Cotton + 40% Bamboo Viscose).
What is Sustainability?
Sustainable development is the overarching paradigm of the United Nations. The concept of sustainable development was described by the 1987 Bruntland Commission Report as “development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.”
There are four dimensions to sustainable development – society, environment, culture and economy – which are intertwined, not separate. Sustainability is a paradigm for thinking about the future in which environmental, societal and economic considerations are balanced in the pursuit of an improved quality of life. For example, a prosperous society relies on a healthy environment to provide food and resources, safe drinking water and clean air for its citizens.
One might ask, what is the difference between sustainable development and sustainability? Sustainability is often thought of as a long-term goal (i.e. a more sustainable world), while sustainable development refers to the many processes and pathways to achieve it (e.g. sustainable agriculture and forestry, sustainable production and consumption, good government, research and technology transfer, education and training, etc.).
To date, Education for Sustainable Development has been integrated into many global frameworks and conventions related to key areas of sustainable development.