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Women's Cooperatives are Getting Stronger!

As EkoDoku Sustainable Life Cooperative, we continue our advocacy and awareness-raising activities related to the Sustainable Development Goals, which we have adopted as a principle, with solidarity and cooperation steps with women's cooperatives. The Sustainable Development Goals, which the member states of the United Nations have set out with the goal of achieving by 2030 in order to protect the planet earth and ensure that all people live in peace and prosperity, aim to end poverty, end inequality and injustice... » » Read More

Sustainable Fashion

Speed, the most compelling component of our age, is dominant not only in communication and transportation but also in all areas of our lives, and Fashion, which is the socioeconomic marker of the need for clothing, has long been in a cycle of rapid production and rapid consumption. (Fast fashion), while fast fashion creates almost daily changes in shop windows on the one hand, on the other hand, it creates mountains of underused clothes. As the second most polluting industry in the world, » »

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Can Restorative Agriculture Repair the World?

Can restorative agriculture repair the world? Can it undo the damage we have done to the ecosystem? Can we leave agricultural production to farmers alone? What can thinking people do for this planet full of chronic problems? Restorative agriculture is an understanding created jointly by producers who say that another way of production may be possible and those who take responsibility and walk side by side with them to continue production. As EkoDoku, we are trying to bring restorative agriculture to life in silkworm farming. » » .

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Could silk proteins be the solution to microplastic pollution?

Microplastics are small pieces of plastic and are used in coatings that protect any product from environmental degradation. They enable industrial products, insecticides or herbicides, vitamins or chemical compounds to be stored in microcapsules so that they can be released slowly over a targeted period of time. However, a significant proportion of the microplastics that are increasingly being used are non-biodegradable, long-lasting pollutants that are detected in air, water, soil and even in the » »Read More


The care and feeding of silkworms is a delicate and labor-intensive process. The tiny larvae emerging from a seed the size of a pinhead have gone through 3 feeding and 3 sleeping cycles. Now on day 24, our silkworm larvae are in their 4th year. They were fed with fresh mulberry leaves every moment they were not sleeping and they grew rapidly. At each age, the amount of mulberry leaves consumed daily and » »

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