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Fibre2fashion Impact Feature on Sustainability is now live
Mar '12
Green is the only colour which will drive the textile industry in the near future.

Fibre2fashion - the world's largest B2B platform for the global textile, apparel and fashion industry, in order to contribute its mite to a greener world has released an online version of an Impact Feature on 'Latest Issues and Innovations in Textile Sustainability'.

This special feature titled – 'Sustainability2Profitability' contains views and articles, dedicated to advancing sustainable practices across the global textile value chain and contains opinions of experts, solution providers and peers.

Global and environmentally-conscious companies featured in the Impact Feature include Dow Corning, Huntsman, Dystar Group, Genencor, Schoeller Textiles, Crystal Group, Unifi, Rhodia and Novozymes.

“We welcome initiatives by industry and consumers who respond to environmental concerns – both inside and outside the European Union”, said Janez Potocnik – European Commissioner for Environment, while hailing this initiative of fibre2fashion.

These renowned companies have a well-known and long track record of producing and delivering sustainable products. The Impact Feature will contain initiatives undertaken by these companies to deliver environmentally-friendly and sustainable products.

Also available in the Impact Feature are bytes and expert comments from distinguished and global experts from the industry on important subjects and issues connected to sustainability in the textile value-chain beginning from fibres and right up to fashion.

Issues which have been addressed include –
1) Socially Responsible Conscience – does it really exist in corporate world?
2) Manmade fibres and Sustainability
3) Is Organic Clothing- a sustainable solution?
4) Defining Sustainable Fashion
5) Lean Retail: Making Apparel Business More Sustainable

If you are already producing sustainable products or plan to do so in the near future, this Impact Feature will prove to be a reference point and make the road to sustainability easier to traverse. Fibre2fashion will also make a hard format copy available shortly.

Click here to check the online version of the Impact Feature – Sustainability2Profitability.

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