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Top 10 sustainable innovations in the textile industry
To create a truly Good Fashion industry disruptive innovation is needed. The good news is game changing technologies can bring real change to the industry, which can offer major leaps forward towards circularity.
Data as a weapon to fight climate change
Arguably, business as usual in the fashion industry is not sustainable. The industry produces 8 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions while generating 1-1.5 percent of global GDP.
The Fashion Ecosystem: A climatic take on Sustainable Fashion
Fashion industry is a massive contributor to land, air and water pollution. Yashraj Bhaiya, Director, Label Varsha explains the impact of fashion’s toxic ecosystem on the climate and what to look for in brands when it comes to sustainability.
Ground-breaking solution to clean wastewater!
Presented with the game-changing wastewater treatment system developed by Scaling Programme start-up SeaChange Technologies, Fashion for Good initiated a pilot project to assess the feasibility of the solution at scale. With the support of partners Arvind Limited, BESTSELLER, C&A and PVH Corp., the pilot provides encouraging results for future implementation of the technology in the supply chain.
SPGPrints names Quantia as Spanish agent for textile
SPGPrints, a Netherlands-based leading global company in the textile, label and industrial printing markets, has appointed Quantia Solutions SL, based in Madrid, as the company’s new agent in Spain to represent its rotary and digital textile printing division. Quantia is an experienced agency in the field of textile printing applications.
Freakins new line of stylish denim AV40 face masks
Freakins, a stylish denim wear brand introduces the new line of face masks with anti viral technology. In the wake of the global pandemic, wearing face masks is an integral part of our lives. Keeping in mind how this is the new normal, the brand has launched a new line of fashionable denim face masks.
Sateri joins fashion industry charter of climate action
Sateri has signed the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action, becoming the first viscose producer in China to support this global fashion agenda. An initiative convened by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), this charter calls on the fashion industry to support the goals of the Paris Agreement in limiting global temperature rise to well below two degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels, by achieving 30 per cent aggregate reduction in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2030, including the supply chain.