Sustainability

C U L T U R E + C R A F T S M A N S H I P + A E S T H E T I C S 
 
PazLifestyle is a destination for responsible sustainable lifestyle brands. Where centuries of craftsmanship and new generations align under one platform. This project is directed towards encouraging consumers to understand the value of a product from every step of the way. A product that represents social responsibility, equality, ancestral heritage, and much more to humanity, all of which contribute to the achievements of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. PazLifestyle is the answer to the present and future generations by providing consciously curated ethical goods for the consumer. Products that meet one’s diverse needs as well as our environmental needs. To buy with a purpose. We partner closely with brands that work diligently to ensure goods come from a responsible production. The brands PazLifestyle has partnered with practice and support artisanal work, who approach business in an altruistic and responsible manner. The belief that as a business you have the opportunity to change the world, to be a force for good because the transformation is limitless. Our environmental responsibility today lies amongst the imminent changes coming in the next 10-30 years. The United Nations needs the clothing (fashion) industry to step up to action for the people and planet, and urgent action on climate change. Many of the problems arise from fast-fashion brands and other fashion houses that are involved in unethical production practices, which need to come to an end. To eradicate fast-fashion signifies the end of modern slavery and much more. In the global midst of the sustainable movement, PazLifestyle shines a light on where the future of fashion is today. It is PazLifetyle's commitment to take the bold and transformative steps the world needs, to shift to a path of equanimity through goods and services. 
 
2020 Goals
  1. Fair wages: Raise worker’s living standards in the long term to cover their basic needs and lift them out of poverty by also ensuring that workers work on something meaningful.
  2. Health and safety risks: Ensure that the artisan is working in a healthy and safety standard. 
  3. Responsible production and consumption: Educate consumers on sustainable consumption and lifestyles by providing them with adequate information through standards and labels and engaging in sustainable public procurement. 
  4. Child labor: Eradicate forced labor through our practices and generate a healthier work employment opportunities. Reinstall the basic human right to education for the children.
 
 “There can be no sustainable development without peace and no peace without sustainable development” 
-United Nations