With consumers’ increasing awareness of sustainability and building a circular economy, fashion companies, whether fast-fashion retailer H&M or luxury brands, are selling more and more clothing made from recycled materials.
UK online fashion retailer Asos and department store Selfridges are among the latest 86 signatories to The Climate Pledge, a commitment to reach the Paris Agreement ten years early and be net-zero carbon by 2040.
US-based sustainable materials start-up Natural Fiber Welding Inc (NFW) is partnering with outdoor apparel company Patagonia to develop and scale circular solutions in textiles.
Euratex has shared its vision for a sustainable industry in line with the EU Strategy on Sustainable Textiles, revealing 15 action points for increasing industry efficiency and growing global market share.
Fast Retailing, the Uniqlo and Gu brand owner, says its targets to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by fiscal 2030 have been approved by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi), as science-based targets (SBTs).
International environmental organisation Canopy says more than 400 brands and retailers are now part of its CanopyStyle initiative which aims to transform the fashion industry’s viscose supply chain.