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Cotton Over Coffee

Good Earth Cotton Showcases its Climate-Positive, Traceable Cotton Program in New York City. Fabric trend show, PREFACE, spotlights the game-changing innovation driving Good Earth Cotton to the forefront of sustainable fashion. This year marks Six Cheung’s 20th as founder and owner of Chaintex Limited. Based in Hong Kong, the innovative manufacturer brings a head-strong ambition […]

R.M. Williams: The evolution of a heritage Australian brand

We speak to the women forging the company’s sustainable path; on expanding ambitious sustainability goals, the deepening relationship with Good Earth Cotton, and on what the journey has taught them. When it comes to sustainable practices, R.M. Williams could have rested on their laurels. The heritage brand has been synonymous with quality, handcrafted Australian manufacturing […]

Sundown Pastoral Company heads a new era of Agriculture

We are proud to announce that Sundown Pastoral Company, the home and R&D hub of Good Earth Cotton®, is now a certified B Corporation.

Good Earth Green Hydrogen and Ammonia (GEGHA) Project

The Good Earth Green Hydrogen and Ammonia (GEGHA) project will see an integrated solar energy to hydrogen and ammonia operation implemented at the Wathagar ginning facility, on the ‘Keytah’ agricultural property, near Moree in northern New South Wales – the world’s first Good Earth Cotton farm, producing climate positive and traceable cotton.

Advance Denim x Good Earth Cotton®

Advance Denim has announced their partnership with Good Earth Cotton®, offering a fully traceable, sustainable denim made from climate positive fibre, produced using clean indigo dyeing technology.

Blue Illusion® X Good Earth Cotton®

Blue Illusion® has begun transitioning their signature Bengajean® range to climate positive Good Earth Cotton® as part of their ongoing investment into environmental wellbeing.

The Future of Farming is Female

Women have always had a pivotal role in agriculture – almost a third of women’s employment is in agriculture globally. Though a gender imbalance is evident, barriers preventing women from entering agriculture are encouraging more creative pathways to entry, like through sustainable and value-added products.

Maggie Marilyn’s sustainability journey – A self-reflective piece.

Founder of Maggie Marilyn, Maggie Hewitt, has interwoven her namesake brand so closely with the pursuit of good for people, planet and prosperity, that to wear her garments is to wear those values yourself. Maggie Marilyn is a shining example of how genuine commitment to environmentally-considerate practice can cultivate community along the supply chain.

Climate Positive vs Carbon Negative: What’s the difference?

Brands today are becoming more transparent about the impact their supply chains have on the environment and society. Definitions can help us better cooperate.