THE PLANETARY ASSOCIATION OF FORWARD THINKERS
“HOW CAN WE CHANGE THE WORLD?”
As creators we have unlimited power of creation and each new day we have a chance to invent something new and rethink our lives and our beliefs; we often struggle with the doubt that we are not really capable of change, that we are not strong enough or not willing to risk everything for our dreams. We settle, we do not change and leave our life and our world in the hands of someone else. We think that a world free from global warming, pollution, discrimination and inequality is something impossible and out of reach. But have you ever asked yourself what really takes for something to change?
In order to change something you need to ACT. Our actions and choices are what shape who we are and our future! if you get caught up thinking that a big change requires too much effort or seem impossible to achieve, just remember that a big change is just a series of small changes and that together we can change it all! We decided to ACT and join our forces with 1% Percent for the Planet in our first collaboration bag to challenge an old system of beliefs and create a statement for the new era of FORWARD THINKERS.
OUR CHANGE, TOGETHER.
One Percent for the Planet is an international organization created in 2002 by the founder of Patagonia, Yvon Chouinard. The members contribute to environmental causes and to help build a network of sustainable development. Their mission is to "build, support and activate an alliance of businesses financially committed to creating a healthy planet." . The bag is made with Organic Cotton ( 75% ) and Recycled Polyester ( 15% ) and its purpose is to be used as a tool to bring a positive change into the World!
BE THE CHANGE.
This bag is a reminder for you and for us of the potential we have both as individuals and as a species and that there is no such thing as small change but there is only CHANGE. Together we can move forward and create a better world. We can bring hope and effectively shape our destiny, we can be the change !