The Green Factor Unplugged

The Green Factor Unplugged is a monthly occurrence spotlighting local brands that do great in design and sustainability in Malaysia. In collaboration with local ecopreneurs, Harith The Green Carpenter and Najmia, co-founder of UNPLUG, Malaysia's eco conscious select store.

Preserving Traditions with Nysakapas

For the first of the series, we will be having Haniza Hisham from Nysakapas, where we will touch on preserving traditions and the impacts of Malay Handblock Batik making.


Eco-friendly Materials with Xiapism

For the 2nd episode of the series, we will be having Beng & Jo from Xiapism, where we will touch on the importance of eco-friendly materials and working with Mangrove natural dyeing from Malaysia.


Social Impact with Fugeelah

For the 3rd episode of the series, we will be having Deborah Henry from Fugeelah, where we will dive into her retail model as a social enterprise and its social impact with Refugees in Malaysia.


Eco-Friendly Materials with Saffron & Serai

For the 4th episode of the series, we will be having Iman Preece, founder of Saffron & Serai, as we journey through sustainable sourcing and slow production.  We dive into Iman's passion with impact.


Eco-Friendly Procurement with Justlife

For the 5th episode of the series, we spoke with Malaysia's pioneering Organic shop, Justlife. Sustainable procurement goes beyond certification.


Eco-Friendly Procurement with Kualesa

For the 6th episode of the series, we spoke to Ariff Faisal and Haris Kamal, the founders of Kualesa, on their conscience on Fashion. Sustainable solutions is not a matter of choice, but a responsibility.


Preserving Traditional Skills with Haus of Rami

For the 7th series, we will be having Shan Shan Lim & Aaron Z., founders of Haus of Rami, where we explore how values can be revived through textile exploration and going back to the roots of craftsmanship.


Local Made with Slow Dine Pop-Up in Collaboration with Fittie Sense

For the 8th episode, we speak to Chef Victor Yap, owner of Fittie Sense in taking a Slow Food approach for our pop-up event, Slow Dine.


Zero-waste skincare with Re{me}dy

For the 9th episode, we speak to Jon, founder for Re{me}dy local skin refillery concept shop and his retail journey towards sustainability.



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