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Organic textile experts to visit Australia
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Mar '11
Global sustainability experts will explain how new cotton standards are shaping and securing supply for the future textiles and fashion industry at an evening lecture in Sydney on Tuesday 22 March between 5-6pm and again in Melbourne on Thursday 24 March starting at 6.30pm.

RMIT University in partnership with TFIA, invite to attend an evening lecture on the “Global Organic Textile Standard” – business opportunity in the sustainable cotton market.

This lecture gives you insight on how cotton sustainability standards are shaping and securing future supply within the fashion and textiles industry. The focus is on building better frameworks around people and planet securing and growing business profitability.

Together cotton and polyester make up approximately 80% of today's global fibre usage. The issues around sustainability in cotton farming are numerous. Progressive thinking suggests we should reduce demand on cotton by designing differently and researching better farming methods.

Speakers
- Herbert Ladwig, Managing Director, International Working Group on Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS), Germany
- Annie Chandler, Environmental Manager- IKEA-Australia- Better Cotton Initiative

RMIT Public Lecture Series
Date: Thursday 24 March 2011
Time: 6.30 pm
Location: RMIT University Brunswick Campus, Building 514 Auditorium

The Council of Textile & Fashion Industries of Australia (TFIA) has been successfully representing Textile Clothing and Footwear (TCF) industries since the 1940s.

The International Working Group on Global Organic Textile Standard is comprised of four reputed member organisations, namely OTA (USA), IVN (Germany), Soil Association (UK) and JOCA (Japan), which contribute to the GOTS, together with further international stakeholder organizations and experts, their respective expertise in organic farming and environmentally and socially responsible textile processing.

Global Organic Textile Standard

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