News RSS



WE'RE BACK! Karunaki x Pride Toronto 2019

We are proud to announce that this June, Karunaki is attending for the second year in a row, Toronto's Pride event, from Friday, June 21 to Sunday June 23! We will be on Church Street, between Alexander and Wood, on Friday evening, Saturday and Sunday all day! This will be the 39th annual Pride Parade for Toronto, and the 4th annual Pride Month. We are so happy to be part of this event where compassion, support, love, and deep caring for humanity are showcased. As a token of our support for the LGBTQ community, we are exclusively introducing a subscription box line at the event. We present to you our very new eco box club! What can you expect from...

Continue reading



Tips for Eco-conscious Living

What is eco-conscious living? To live an eco-conscious life is to live an eco-friendly, environmentally-friendly life; one whose purpose for living is to make a social and environmental impact, benefitting the planet, animals, and people. To be eco-conscious is to be aware of the environmental impact of your everyday living. Here are 10 tips for you to begin living an eco-conscious life: Begin to become aware of the everyday products you use, where they come from and their environmental impact. Use eco-friendly products and replace them with products that are reusable, recyclable, biodegradable and/or compostable. Start commuting in an eco-friendly way.  Make use of public transit, cycling, walking, and ride-sharing when commuting from one location to the next. Eat more whole foods...

Continue reading



What are the Top 5 Countries that Produce the Most Plastic?

The production and use of plastics have been dated back from over 111 years ago; the production of which came as a result of its cheap price and high durability.  Many countries have adopted the production of plastics as a means of trade and global commerce. While many articles about plastics discuss top polluters due to mismanagement of waste, in this article, we will uncover the top 5 countries that produce the most plastic in the world, and what they’re doing about it now. In the 1950s to the 70s, only small amount of plastic were produced and in this case the management of plastics were easy. In the period of the 1990s, the production of plastics tripled within two...

Continue reading



Is Bamboo Fabric Really Environmentally-Friendly?

There is growing speculation about the ‘eco-friendliness’ of bamboo fabric.  Bamboo Fabric is a textile that is chemically produced by extracting cellulose from raw bamboo pulp.  Bamboo Fabric is used to make socks, bed linens, duvets, towels, and clothing materials that are popularly coined as having ultra-soft and durable fibers. Let’s dive right in and dig deep into this speculation, the conclusion to which not only enlighten you but also encourage your stance on eco-living. The process of extracting cellulose from bamboo pulp is a chemical process that involves hydrolysis alkalization, which makes use of chemicals like sodium hydroxide (may cause eye and skin allergies) and carbon disulphide (which is known to increase risk of neural and reproductive system disorders)...

Continue reading



How Eco Living is a Cause for Celebration. Happy Chinese New Year!

How Eco Living is a Cause for Celebration. Happy Chinese New Year! Arguably it is referred to as one of the major and biggest holiday in the world. It is the Chinese New Year holiday and one quarter of the world will be participating in it. From research, the world population is about 7.7 billion and about 2 billion of the world population will be participating in this celebration. Several countries like china, Hong Kong, Macau, Indonesia, the Philippines, Vietnam, Taiwan, North Korea, Singapore, and some other Asian countries will be having a holiday in celebration of this day. The Chinese New Year otherwise called the spring festival is celebrated on the first day of the lunar year. Individuals all over...

Continue reading