Can the design of a T-shirt contribute to the sustainability of our wardrobe?

Sustainable Design

“You don’t need more space, you need less stuff”. This sentence by Joshua Becker, American philanthropist and writer with a literary production focused on minimalism and intentional living, opens the discourse to a series of considerations (.. and yes, we also come to the point raised in the title!). The question I ask you is: […]

The choice is yours!

Synthetic or Nature based fibers

In a world where we are bombarded with information, even if only visual and lasting a few seconds, we rarely take an active role in the face of the multitude of content available on the web. We do not take a few minutes to inform ourselves properly even when we have to spend money, in […]

Synthetic clothing and microplastics pollution in the Oceans


The washing process of synthetic clothes is the main source of primary microplastic pollution in the Oceans. A 3-year-old study(1) underlines how the washing process of synthetic clothes releases 124 to 308 mg for Kg of washed textiles products, depending on the type of garments. These values correspond to a number of microfibers in the […]

Mulesing and mulesing-free wool


In this section dedicated to the in-depth analysis of issues dear to CAMCO, we begin with a raw argument, which we will try not to bury in too much detail. While perhaps not the best of beginnings, because we are always concentrating on an active and peaceful life in nature, the reality of the matter […]