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 About Cultiva Kingdom
Cultiva Kingdom was born out of a passion for sustainable materials and a desire for change within the textile industry. Protecting mother earth and the animal kingdom is at the heart of our mission. 
After discovering the amazing eco qualities of hemp, Cultiva expanded its horizons, championing high quality fabrics and products that are kind to nature and its inhabitants. Our little kingdom is part of a bigger plan to look after the world's ecosystems and push towards a circular economy. 
 We work with sustainable materials to improve water quality, reducing the toxins and plastic entering the water systems and ocean. We love natural fibres and the carbon-absorbing properties of the plants they come from. We also make sure that all our products are biodegradable, reducing the impact of waste left in landfill and making steps towards a plastic-free society.
 We invite you into Cultiva Kingdom, to discover our consciously-created clothing, beauty products and more, crafted with care and respect for our beautiful planet and its diverse animal kingdom.
 We’re here to push change and to make a noise for hemp textiles! We aim to clean up one of the dirtiest, most polluting industries in the world. By working with hemp, we are already reducing our negative impact on the planet for the people. 
 We aim to empower people to work with hemp to help protect our world’s resources and force a change to one of the most polluting industries of our globe: commercial textiles.  
 We are a brand which believes in designing for longevity with hemp. You will discover that our products are developed with man’s strongest fibre and therefore will last longer than most synthetics! Just by adding hemp yarn into material compositions, we can significantly lower the production of carbon dioxide and usage of water.  Making the most of our land’s resources, we work with high yielding and naturally fast-growing crops that can harvest up to four times a year. As a bioremediation crop, this plant can also give a new breath of life back into the land, putting nutrients into our soils again.
We are always striving to evaluate the environmental, social, and economic impacts of our production, materials, and distribution. We base our core principles around building a circular economy; this ensures that our biodegradable products move into a chain of systems, rather than being left in a landfill to gather dust for hundreds of years. 
Carefully created with accomplished British design, our collection is made with sustainably sourced natural materials. Each one is coloured with a plant-based dye that is used to reduce chemical exposure of toxins in water to allow our eco-systems to flourish. Check out our specialised hemp fibre collection of garments, accessories, masks, boutique care products, homeware and fabrics. 
 The Current Fashion Industry

The Current Fashion Industry

 Britain and the rest of the world are all taking part in mass consumer waste which is the true cost of fast fashion. 1.76 million tonnes of raw material enters the British clothing industry every year with a third of it becoming waste (Valuing our Clothes report, 2012). £140m worth of clothes enter the landfill each year (The Waste and Resources Action Programme, 2019).
 Ellen MacArthur Foundation states that synthetic fabrics are accountable for 63% of the material input for textile production. We see synthetic materials becoming more popular over time due to their low water use and the fact they do not require land to grow. However the synthetic industry is run using intensive carbon processes relying on the petrochemical industry and fossil fuel extraction. These fibres are not biodegradable and are a major contributing factor to plastic micro-fibres shedding which are polluting our water and air.
Therefore, natural fibres offer a biodegradable textile production which works with the land. For instance, they are used as a carbon capture like hemp which absorbs four times as much carbon dioxide than the average plant. As a bioremediation rotation crop, it also revitalises the soil without the need for pesticides, herbicides or intensive water usage.