Plastic Pollution and Disposable Period Products: Where Does Period Waste Go?
Earth Month 2023: What is Sustainable Menstrual Equity?
Most approaches to period poverty understandably focus on short-term, urgent needs, for example students in schools, or employees in workplaces. But the bigger-picture solution is not just having more pads and tampons in more bathrooms.
We Should All Be More Like Yvon
Support of Menstrual Equity Through Greater Transparency
Why Quality Matters in Choosing Reusable Menstrual Products
The growth of the reusable menstrual care industry is seeing a classic business trend common in the apparel industry: new entrants making low-quality goods, looking to jump on the bandwagon of a hot product category to attract customers and cash in. On the face of it, lower-cost products seem like a good thing, but we need to ask what the true impact of this is: who actually loses in this situation?
Free Reusables: The Next Step Towards Menstrual Equity
Menstrual products are essential personal hygiene supplies, alongside toilet paper, hand soap and paper towels. Provision of these essential supplies are unquestionably the re sponsibility of the institutions where the bathrooms are located.Our question is: If free disposable pads and tampons are now being funded for students, employees and others, why not reusables too?
PFAS and Period Underwear: Why Testing and Transparency Matter
The Planet-Positive Periods Toolkit is Here!
Planet-Positive Periods is the outcome of a new and powerful creative partnership between Aisle, Green Periods and PERIOD. We are thrilled with this new suite of up-to-the-minute research and resources about sustainability and menstruation, all in a free, open-source format available to anyone.