The Logo’s Gone But She’s Still Going | Naomi Klein

There are big names in environmentalism. And then there’s Naomi Klein.

She’s a Canadian author, activist and, more recently, film maker that has brought global attention to injustices in the fashion industry – in No Logo and The Take.



Then, having overturned our understanding of how clothes are made and where they come from, she didn’t sit back on her laurels – she turned her critical eye to neo-liberalism.

The Shock Doctrine caused ripples across the world. 



Not done, yet, today, she’s working against climate change and her process began in 2014, with the launch of This Changes Everything: Capitalism Vs The Climate



In 2016, she won the Sydney Peace Prize for her work on climate change and more recently she joined the board of the powerful lobbying group 350.org. 

Naomi Klein’s not the only person shaking up the fashion industry, check out these 12 activist fashion models doing their part for the planet. 

You can even pitch in yourself, when you use our guide to ethical, sustainable fashion

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