Category: Go Green Brand

Go green brand,

Sustainable products and sustainable services

Environmentally conscious, eco-friendly, recycled and socially responsible products and services.

Go Green design shop as part of the Greenfrastructures projects value

Sustainable development

  • sustainable products,
  • sustainable services
  • environmentally-friendly living,
  • recycling,
  • ethical fashion and sustainable fashion.

For people who are interested in sustainable services are highly welcomed to get to know the

Go Green Brand

Involves high quality eco-conscious products, and services considering the environmental impact of the materials used to create clothing and other products, as well as the processes used to manufacture and transport them.

Go Green Brand start with


The founder of the

  • Silk and Cake Blog,
  • Human Behaviour and Psychology Space,
  • the Human Behaviour and Psychology Blog (ex-blog),
  • the ‘Greenfrastructures’ project and
  • the ‘Go Green design and brand”  start an initiative, which can have spillover effect and able to create positive social impact in the world and will expand further with time.

Social responsibility

Go Green brand and shop fully committed to social responsibility. Since this is especially important the products made from organic cotton and printed in the UK in a renewable energy powered factory.

That is why the products in our webshop the men’s, women’s and kid’s collection consist of only sustainable products, which are

  • organic,
  • renewable,
  • part of the circular economy.

Circular economy

The concept, which refers to an economic model in which resources are

  • used,
  • circulated, and
  • reused in a closed-loop system,

rather than being extracted, used, and disposed of as waste.

Moreover the goal of the circular economy is to create a more sustainable & resilient economic system that

  • reduces waste,
  • conserves resources, and
  • minimizes environmental impact.

Furthermore in a circular economy, products and materials are designed to be reused or recycled, and waste is seen as a potential resource.

This involves designing products with the entire lifecycle in mind, from production and use to end-of-life disposal.

As a result of this materials are kept in use for as long as possible through practices lik repair, refurbishment, and remanufacturing, and at the end of their useful life, materials are recycled or repurposed.

The circular economy approach contrasts with the traditional linear economy model of “take-make-waste,” in which resources are extracted, processed into products, used, and then disposed of as waste.

The circular economy creates a

  • more sustainable and resilient economy,
  • reduce environmental impacts, and
  • create new economic opportunities.


The products are

  • part of the circular economy,
  • represent social responsibility,
  • follow a vision regarding sustainable development,
  • GM free. Not tested on animals, Does not contain animal-derived products. Printed in the UK with low waste printing tech.
  • Made in a renewable energy powered factory audited for a wide range of social and sustainability criteria.
  • Made from certified organic cotton materials.

High-quality, durable, and stylish clothing, products that are made from sustainable materials and produces using environmentally-friendly methods.

Product Values

Go Green products next to this are GM free, not tested on animals. Does not contain animal-derived products, printed with low waste printing tech.

Moreover made in a renewable energy powered factory audited for a wide range of social and sustainability criteria and made from certified organic cotton material.

For example:

the Go green’ portrait art are from 100% recycled material.

Designed with the environment in mind using natural materials, for example the 1,000-piece jigsaw puzzle is made from 100% recycled cardboard and UV inks. When complete, it is 700x510mm.

The bag from organic cotton made in India and designed on the Isle of Wight.

Eco-conscious brands

They are using sustainable materials and manufacturing processes, in addition to this prioritize reducing waste and pollution.

Moreover they focus on creating long-lasting, high-quality clothing and products that can be worn or used for years.

Individuals who are eco-conscious are those who are aware of their impact on the environment and take steps to minimize it, such as by choosing to buy

  • eco-friendly products,
  • reduce their consumption of single-use plastics,
  • use sustainable services, and
  • use sustainable transportation options.

Recycled products

Items  made from materials that have been previously used then processed to create a new product and helps to reduce waste, conserve resources, and minimize the need for new raw materials.

Using recycled products is an eco-conscious choice. By choosing recycled products, individuals and companies help to reduce their environmental impact and contribute to a more sustainable future.

Go Green is a step toward to the sustainable future

Creating a new brand and developing environmentally friendly products is a positive step towards sustainability and addressing the growing concern for the environment.

Brand values and mission

The values of sustainable development products and services include:

  • Environmental Stewardship: prioritize the conservation and protection of the environment, including natural resources and ecosystems.
  • Economic Viability: economically viable and contribute to the overall sustainability of businesses and industries.
  • Social Responsibility: products are produced and distributed in a way that promotes fair and just treatement of workers, communities, and consumers.


The mission of Go Green products is to create a more sustainable and equitable future by

  • reducing the negative impact of production and consumption on the environment,
  • promoting social equity, and ensuring economic viability.

In addition to this it involves a commitment to innovation, research, and collaboration among stakeholders, including businesses, consumers, policymakers, and communities, to create a more sustainable and prosperous future for all.

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