US: Sustainability Consortium expands to China
By Leonie Barrie | 28 August 2013
The Sustainability Consortium [TSC] is to expand its global reach to China, partnering with Nanjing University to provide new insight to help improve the sustainability of consumer products - with a focus on clothing, footwear and textiles.
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