Earth Divas

Our Rating: 4 Stars - Good

Price: $ $ $ $

Country of origin: United States

Official brand website: Visit

Earth Divas, a brand known for its sustainable practices, has been rated as “Not Good Enough” in terms of its environmental policies. The brand uses some lower-impact materials, such as hemp, but there is no evidence that it minimizes textile waste in its supply chain or takes meaningful action to reduce water use. Additionally, Earth Divas does not take action to minimize its packaging, which contributes to plastic waste.

On the other hand, Earth Divas receives a “Good” rating in terms of workers’ rights. The brand operates as an NGO focused on improving labor rights in Nepal, which sets it apart from other brands. Although there is no evidence of a formal Code of Conduct, Earth Divas has a formal statement that covers workers’ rights. The brand also regularly visits its suppliers and has a program in place to improve wages. However, it is unclear if the brand ensures that workers in its supply chain are paid living wages.

When it comes to animal welfare, Earth Divas receives an “It’s a Start” rating. While there is no evidence of an animal welfare policy, the brand appears to use wool but does not use leather, down, fur, angora, exotic animal skin, or exotic animal hair. This indicates a basic level of consideration for animal welfare, but there is room for improvement.

Overall, based on the available information, Earth Divas receives a “Good” rating. While there are areas where the brand can improve, such as its environmental policies and animal welfare practices, it has made positive strides in terms of workers’ rights. With continued effort and dedication to sustainability, Earth Divas has the potential to become an even more impactful and responsible brand.

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