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Article: How to have a plastic-free menstrual period

 “The time it takes for a tampon or pad to degrade in a landfill is centuries longer than the lifespan of the woman who used it.” So, Vogue investigates the eco-conscious alternatives.



The Shift A Working Disruption

Article: Meeting the gig economy

“I think in terms of the way the workforce is moving, there's a massive appetite right now with people wanting flexibility, people wanting to be creative and to explore multiple things at the same time.”

“We believe that Australia has fantastic skills and we want to be able to leverage and showcase that, while being able to learn from a global talent pool as well."







 Maire Claire

Article: How To Make Your Period More Sustainable

"An easy swap to make is to look for tampons and pads that are biodegradable and limit the amount of plastic in packaging. 

In the UK and US, it’s the more common plastic applicators that pose a big problem, as plastic can take over 500 years to break down. 

In comparison, Lotus Eco’s biodegradable tampons take 180 days to break down, and are compostable too."

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