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The Biodegradable Illusion: Breaking Down the Greenwashing Trend in Fashion By Aleksandra Mengüverdi The term
A Fight Against Overconsumption: An upmarket push we hope many will follow By Camila Becerra
Arts University Plymouth have created a natural dye garden to build knowledge and awareness about alternative dye methods
REAL attend Ecoage webinar looking at the dominance of fossil fuels in fashion
How can we make reporting environmental standards and social impact in fashion supply chains more transparent and strengthen the systems that support this? Customers, investors, and regulators are increasingly demanding verifications and accountability from fashion companies. Environmental and social impact need to be central to a company’s governance alongside profit, as well as democratisation and diversification of a company’s governing structure.
Why do we need to transition from a linear to a circular economy, and how do we do this in the fashion industry? How can we deliver a fair and just transition for all? A circular economy in fashion gives us the chance to cut production and tackle waste, pollution, and the climate, ecological and biodiversity crises. How can we make the shift whilst delivering fair livelihoods for the millions of workers in fashion supply chains?
Fashion Declares is a grassroots movement, aimed at supporting those within the fashion industry who are passionate about tackling the social and environmental issues of the industry, through radical transparency and corporate governance.
The climate emergency has been a huge concern for over 30 years ago, yet only relatively recently are we beginning to understand how incredibly fragile it is and how huge the impact of human activity is on the environment.
How can fashion media and communications tackle the climate emergency? Fashion Declares hosted a July webinar to address just this. Fashion Declares founder Safia Minney was joined by photographer Dvora, commentator on fashion and identity Caryn Franklin, co-founder of Vestiaire Collective Fanny Moizant and group CEO of Futerra Lucy Shea to tackle the topic.
How to promote low-impact materials, biodiversity & regenerative agriculture By Millie Baker This Fashion Declares