Bamboo grows amazingly fast in its natural environment, almost 1 metre in a day. (up to 3.8cms in an hour)
No other plant on earth can do this which makes it the only woody plant that can keep up with the rate of human consumption and deforesstation.
Bamboo is the most sustainable material we can use - and it happens to also be super soft, absorbant and breathable too.
We don't understand why all nappies aren't made from bamboo (instead of plastic).
With 11 billion baby wipes thrown away every year in the UK, wet wipes remain one of the worst single-use plastic pollution problems. We investigate the materials and ingredients used in baby wipes, explain why not all natural fibres are equal, and how our mama-of-two, Laura, designed our wipes to tick all the boxes - for baby, you and the planet.
WRAP published their Blueprint for a Sustainable Planet. Their goal is for 70% of plastic to be recycled and 70% of bioplastic to be composted by 2025!
But is it enough?