Caring for nature, is urgently needed
The food we eat, the air we breathe, the water we drink and the climate that makes the earth habitable are gifts of nature. Each year, more than half of the oxygen in the atmosphere comes from Marine plants; Trees also purify the air. A mature tree can absorb 22 kilograms of carbon dioxide and release oxygen every year. Nature has done us a lot of good, but we haven't been kind to it. Therefore, we need to protect nature, which is why we set up this day.
World Environment Day is the most famous day to inspire environmental action. Since 1974, World Environment Day has been celebrated every year on June 5, attracting governments, businesses, celebrities and citizens to work together to solve pressing environmental problems.
The global event for World Environment Day 2020, hosted by Colombia, focuses on biodiversity, an issue that is both urgent and existential. From wildfires in Brazil, the United States and Australia, to locust infestations across East Africa, to the current global pandemic, recent disasters have demonstrated the interdependence of humans and their networks of life.
But do we really know how important biodiversity is?
The link between biodiversity and human beings
Biodiversity is fundamental to supporting all life on land and underwater. It affects all aspects of human health, providing clean air and water as well as nutritious food, enhancing our understanding of science, providing medical resources to help fight disease and mitigate climate change. Changing or removing any element of the life network affects the entire life system and can have negative effects.
Human activities such as deforestation, encroachment on wildlife habitats, intensive agriculture and accelerating climate change have exceeded nature's limits. It takes 1.6 earths a year for humanity to meet its needs for nature. If this trend continues, the loss of biodiversity will have serious implications for humanity, including the collapse of food and health systems.
The coVID-19 outbreak highlights the fact that to destroy biodiversity is to destroy the systems on which humanity depends. Today, it is estimated that around 1 billion people worldwide are infected with coronavirus every year and millions die from it. About 75 per cent of all emerging human infectious diseases are zoonoses, diseases that are transmitted from animals to humans.
Nature is ringing the alarm bells.
Do you know to what extent our environment has deteriorated？
Protect the environment, ECO BOOM is acting
As a company, we are taking big steps in doing better for our planet so our children and grandchildren can enjoy the beauty it has to offer.
Better For Our Baby
"My baby is awesome, beautiful, a miracle and deserves the best", said every parent in history (including me and you). So they deserve the best diaper. We chose 100% bamboo fibers because they're soft, odorless and breathable. For parents like me and you, that means less gross stuff touches our baby, they get less diaper rashes and it is less stinky.
Better For Our Planet
When we looked into building a better diaper we also wanted to have a positive impact on the planet. We picked Bamboo, not only because it is softer, but also because we can source it responsibly. It grows fast, requires no fertilizers and we can process it with less chemicals. We also wanted to make sure diapers can, with proper care, be composted with a growing number of commercial composting facilities around the nation.Are they perfect ? No. But every little bit counts in helping us all diaper thoughtfully.
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