Green Cotton is a forum to write about the intersection between sustainability and fashion. We cover organic fibers and fabrics (such as organic cotton, wool and hemp as well as sustainable fabrics such as bamboo, soy, silk, and jute) as well as trends in fashion and sustainability. Green Cotton reviews new and existing companies, pioneering individuals; uncovers farming issues, new technologies and other exciting topics in the field. Greencotton can be found on bestgreenblogs.com, Sundance Channel’s eco-community, and Blogcatalog. Send us your comments and questions to Greencottonblo[at]gmail.com.
Shana is passionate about the environment and fashion and loves writing about these issues. She is also in the process of starting an organic and sustainable clothing company Jute & Jackfruit. Shana started Greencottonblog to examine organic and sustainable clothing and fashion issues at the end of August 2007.
Erin is an aspiring writer and 2007 grad with a B.A. in Communication Arts. She is passionate about the environment and fashion, and wants to write a book about the fun and difficulties associated with going vegan. When she isn’t writing, Erin cooks, gardens, and plays piano and guitar.