Sustainability news 230917

Sustainability news 230917

{ I hope you get to start your weekend with breakfast in bed }

If you only have time to read one sustainability related news this weekend I’d definitely recommend you to read this new report from Greenpeace – even just the overview is worth your time. I’m so for the fact that they put the responsibility of making the necessary changes in the fashion industry on the bigger brands and policy makers, instead of on the consumer.

Other sustainability related news

If you read my post about vegan leather pros and cons, you’ll know I’m tremendously interested in all the possible alternatives out there. Nothing is quite right yet, but things are looking promising. On that note Nike launched a new sustainable leather made from 50% recycled leather.

Probably my favourite ‘happening’ during this year’s London Fashion Week. Give them a like on Instagram and read a bit about them here as well. Also – check out the video at the end of the article for some pretty cool sustainable collections from NYC Fashion Week.

A student’s guide to sustainable fashion. Sustainable fashion doesn’t have to be expensive.

I’m a big fan of Eileen Fisher and the work they do to create a circular business model.

Control Union launches a new traceability tool for fashion companies’ supply chains.

Is the old sourcing model dead?

What we know and what we need to know about sustainable fashion.

 

 

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