By implementing the Better Cotton principles and criteria, farmers produce cotton in a way that is measurably better for themselves, the environment and farming communities.
Each cotton season, BCI and its partners collect data from BCI farmers to monitor and assess a range of social, environmental and economic indicators. BCI farmer results from the 2017-18 cotton season clearly demonstrate the benefits of implementing more sustainable practices around the world.
Cotton is sown and harvested in different annual cycles all over the world. For BCI, the 2017-18 cotton season harvest was completed towards the end of 2018. BCI farmer results indicator data are submitted to BCI within 12 weeks of the cotton harvest. All data then goes through a rigorous data cleaning and validation process before it can be published.
The Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) is a global not-for-profit organisation and the largest cotton sustainability programme in the world.
Fibre2Fashion News Desk (PC)
Textile & apparel bodies
Textile industry would like to see inclusion of cotton yarn under MEIS and ...
Mohammad Mamun Ar Rashid
UL VS Bangladesh Ltd
Productivity, creativity and innovation play a vital role in the growth of ...
We are using Facebook and Instagram to promote ourselves
Held every year in New York City, Surtex is a global business-to-business...
The Livinguard Technology is owned by Green Impact Holding AG based in...
<div><b>Liz Manning</b>, Business Development Manager at Catexel, has...
Thomas Ong P S
Malaysian company NanoTextile Sdn Bhd taps into the potentials of...
Mr Ambrose Chan
DSG International (Thailand) PLC
INDA, the Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry, serves hundreds of ...