COMMENT: Garment sector well-placed to sell sustainability
By David Birnbaum | 9 March 2010
The garment industry's global supply network gives it a key role to play in leading the push towards sustainability and eco-friendly production. But the sector must work as an industry with an industry-wide organisation and an industry-wide standard if it is to avoid the errors of compliance, believes David Birnbaum.
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