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India’s cotton production likely to decrease in 2020-21
The Committee on Cotton Production and Consumption expects the current year’s production to be 36 million bales, lower than last year’s estimate of 365 lakh bales. This dip is owing to the spread and impact of COVID-19.
Sustainability - Prime Focus for the US Cotton Industry
There has been increasing interest in sustainability among brands and consumers globally. The US cotton industry has always had a sustainability-focused approach and has comprehensive systems to reduce environmental impact.
CCI celebrates first ever virtual Cotton Day in India
The Cotton Council International (CCI), along with the leadership of the U.S. cotton industry, organised the first ever virtual Cotton Day India 2020 themed ‘Leading through change: Your partner for a new world’.
CCI celebrates first virtual Cotton Day in India
Cotton Council International (CCI) celebrated its first ever virtual Cotton Day in India with focus on sustainability and a greener world post COVID-19 and stronger US-India ties.
U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol joins Cotton 2040
Convened by sustainability non-profit Forum for the Future, the Cotton 2040 coalition is a unique partnership that brings together representatives from standards, producers, brands and retailers.
Graduate class discusses cotton as COVID countermeasure
Face masks are indeed becoming a part of gift baskets this holiday season. With wintry weather on the horizon, cases are expected to rise, as is evident in the recent surge in Europe and United States. Given these circumstances, knowledge dissemination on biomedical and nonmedical countermeasures are the need of the hour.
Cotton is superior in destabilising coronavirus
Porous cotton substrates are better in destabilizing the SARS-CoV-2 virus. With global COVID-19 cases over 37 million and deaths crossing one million, medical and nonmedical countermeasures such as masks are critically needed.
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