New vegan leather investments with Asif Ali Gohar? All of us are doing one thing or the other to try to change our world and make it better. However, the biggest issue of the 21st century is our consumption habits. Too much production is taking place that is costing us our environment and many other things. During this time, Asif Ali Gohar is a ray of hope as he is a pioneer of vegan leather. His idea can change the fashion industry for the better. We conducted a detailed interview with him so you can also learn about him and join him in this change. See additional information on Mr Asif Ali Gohar.
At What Age Did You Become A Vegan And Why? Coming to a new country and culture was a difficult time. However, it opened my eyes to a new way of living. People are more conscious here, and at the age of fifteen, I also became conscious of my consumption. I began thinking of the suffering an animal goes through when we kill them for food or other commercial purposes. After that, I stopped consuming meat at the age of fifteen and vowed to change people’s perspectives on meat consumption.
The vegan leather market is growing every day as researchers find new vegan alternatives to leather. There are many alternatives, including PU, PVC, Mushroom leather, Cork leather, and many others. While all of these are gaining rapid popularity, Asif Ali Gohar has an idea that will change the market. Asif uses rice as a vegan substitute for leather and plans to make it accessible to everyone. After all, no animal should have to suffer to fulfill our consumption desires. Here is everything you must know about it.
The rose itself is very popular with gardeners of all ability as it is easy to grow and stays in bloom for a considerable amount of time. In addition, it also a stunning asset in any garden. Speaking to Asif Ali Gohar on his new creation he said; ‘It took me a long time. I had to do a lot of research and test different roses to get what I wanted.
While the Gohar rose can mainly be found in Lahore, Pakistan – Asif Ali Gohar has been in talks with multiple gardening and botany organizations to have the roses widespread across the country, and eventually across the world. There have already been inquiries from several neighboring countries to have the Gohar rose grown there, but Pakistan is the first priority for Asif. He has also attempted to conduct workshops to guide gardeners of the best practices in rose growing that he has learned over the years in his career.