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Achieving United Nations 17 Sustainable Goals by 2030
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015, provides a shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future. At its heart are the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which are an urgent call for action by all countries - developed and developing - in a global partnership. They recognize that ending poverty and other deprivations must go hand-in-hand with strategies that improve health and education, reduce inequality, and spur economic growth - all while tackling climate change and working to preserve our oceans and forests. RREPP's own supply chain and in conjunction with GOTS (Our Global Organic Textile Standard) is committed to achieving the United Nations 17 Sustainable Goals by 2030.
Sustainable Packaging
Outside every single one our our garments being made from natural 100% Organic & Fairtrade certified cotton, RREPP also has a commitment to only using sustainable packaging and being minimalist in our approach here. We use hangtags that are made from paper that is derived from recycled organic cutting waste, and the paper is dried via natural solar energy, without using steam or electrical boilers as an energy source. We also only use oxo-biodegradable polybags to wrap all our garments in.
Tree Planting Initiatives
Our CMT business each year commits to planting 1400-1500 trees for the project Trees for Forests & Wildlife, at The Periphery of Sitamata Wildlife Sanctuary in Rajasthan. The trees planted each year create approximately 118 work days of jobs to the rural community and offsets 28,720 kg of carbon. Sitamata Wildlife Sanctuary lies in the south-eastern part of Rajasthan and forms the western limit of the teak-bamboo mixed forest type along with mahua, dhao, ber and sadad. It is also home to a varied range of flora and fauna like chausingha, chital, nilgai, jungle cat, jackal, leopard, fox, hyena, red turtle dove, parakeet, golden oriole, paradise flycatcher, blue-cheeked bee-eater, white-necked stork, red-vented bulbul, gray heron and the white breasted kingfisher. The trees planted form the habitat for the rich variety of wildlife that reside in the area, providing them with their essential needs for food, shelter and the raising of their young. The wildlife here face threat due to human originating pollutants and interference, yet the tree plantation initiative contributes to its preservation and regeneration. The trees also aid in providing livelihood opportunities to the local community, carbon sequestration, soil conservation and groundwater recharge.
Wind Energy & Water Recycling
Wind Power generation in India has increased significantly over the past few years, and the country now has the 4th largest wind power capacity in the world. As a consequence, wind power costs are rapidly decreasing in India. Our Spinners and CMT factories as part of our supply chain have a strong commitment to green energy and sustainability. Their power generation comes from wind energy as a pollution free resource and as a means to reduce green house gas emissions. They also have zero discharge facilities using Effluent Treatment Plants (ETP) for all their water wastage, which then produces 100% pure natural water used for drinking.
Organic Fairtrade Cotton
Our organic cotton farmers are literally the beginning of RREPP's 'low environmental impact' story and turns one of the dirtiest industries in the world into one of the cleanest. Organic cotton is safer for our farmers to grow, cleaner and healthier on our bodies, especially for our kids, and has a low impact on the environment. Yet only 0.7% of the world's cotton production is organically grown. Some other impressive Environmental statistics achieved through our organic cotton growing initiative include: 1. A reduction in Global Warming by 46% 2. A reduction in the acidification of land & water by 70% 3. A reduction in soil erosion by 26% 4. A reduction in blue water consumption by 91% 5. A reduction in non-renewable energy demand by 62% 6. No use of GMO cotton seeds 7. No use of toxic chemicals

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