Live Green, start from a little step

Live Green, start from a little step

In today's fast-paced world, plastic has become an integral part of our lives. While its convenience and versatility are undeniable, the escalating problem of plastic waste has raised critical concerns.

Plastic, a material designed to endure, paradoxically becomes a menace when disposed of thoughtlessly. A plastic bottle, for instance, takes hundreds of years to decompose, and plastic bags, even longer. This longevity, coupled with the staggering amount of single-use plastic produced, has led to a global crisis.

Plastic waste poses threats on multiple fronts:

  1. Environmental Impact: Plastic pollution clogs our oceans, endangers wildlife, and contaminates ecosystems. It disrupts the delicate balance of our natural world.
  2. Human Health: As plastics degrade, they release harmful chemicals that can seep into our food and water supply, potentially harming human health.
  3. Resource Depletion: The production of plastic requires valuable resources, including fossil fuels. This depletes non-renewable sources and contributes to climate change.
  4. Waste Management Challenge: Disposing of plastic waste is a significant challenge. Landfills overflow, and incinerating plastics releases toxic pollutants.
  5. Economic Costs: The economic costs of managing plastic waste are substantial, affecting communities, governments, and industries.

Addressing the issue of plastic waste requires a collective effort. It involves reducing single-use plastics, promoting recycling, and investing in sustainable alternatives. It's about rethinking our relationship with plastic and striving for a world where convenience doesn't come at the expense of our planet's health.

Every small step toward reducing plastic waste, from using reusable bags to supporting policies that limit plastic production, contributes to a cleaner, more sustainable future. It's a challenge we must confront for the well-being of our planet and the generations to come.


Introducing Mikali: Quality and Sustainability in Every Child's Step


At Mikali, we believe that when it comes to baby products, "new" doesn't always mean "better." In fact, we're on a mission to show parents and caregivers that preloved and unwanted kids' items can be just as good, if not better, than brand-new ones.