Sunday, April 17, 2011

This Week in Cloth Diapering News

Once again, for your leisurely Sunday pleasure, here's some of the top news and announcements from the world of cloth diapering over the past week or so:

Cloth or disposables? Half-century debate still on
(Associated Press)

Piles of T-shirts to diaper Haitian children (via Des Moines Register)

FuzziBunz® Unveils New Cloth Diaper to Raise Awareness for Earth Day (via

Southwest Harbor woman hopes to capitalize on cloth diaper rebirth (via Bangor Daily News)

Group hopes to set world record (via Lewisville Leader)

Why disposable diapers remain a distant dream for most rural mothers (via Business Daily Africa)

Compostable Diaper Service Coming to Charlotte (via PRLog)

Diapers That Save the Planet (via ABC News4)

Diaper change going global (via The Barrie Examiner)

Diaper duty — Local business to host Great Cloth Diaper Change event (via Grand Junction Free Press)

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