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A generic term for processes related to life. It can be associated with bodies and organs of a living being or with complex organizations outside the field of biology, where associations of people, rules or laws work and interact with each other as components of an organism.

An approach to agriculture that is based on the dynamics of nature. The ecological succession allows soil to restore its fertility because there are no pesticides and mineral fertilizers being used during the process. The criteria for sustainability guide the discussions on sustainable agriculture that guarantee the preservation of soil, water resources, wildlife and natural ecosystems, while ensuring the security of both food and clothing. 

Cotton grown free of toxic chemicals using biologically based and sustainable growing methods (such as crop rotation) rather than with highly synthetic and destructive fertilizers, herbicides, insecticides or pesticides. Certified organic cotton must adhere to a strict set of guidelines based on the scientific method of organic agriculture.

Natural fibers grown without any pesticides and other toxic materials.

Consists of organic materials that go into the trash, such as leaves and twigs of plants or remains of food. Alternatively, it can be processed into natural fertilizer.


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