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AUDI X STELLA MCCARTNEY, ECO FASHION REGENERATIVE DESIGN

"Design Shanghai", an Asia's leading international design gala, was solemnly held in Shanghai on June 3. As an exclusive sponsorship partner, Audi joined hands with the well-known fashion brand Stella McCartney for further joint co-creation under the theme of "Regenerative Design". This cooperation represented cross-border integration of bold and emotional fashion design with automobile industry, which not only vividly shown Audi's deep thinking on luxury mobile travel in the future, but also made Audi's "people-centered" brand transformation become more emotional.
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KappAhl makes new strides towards a circular economy: in its new collection made of Recycled Materials, innovation leads the way

KappAhl has its sights set high when it comes to taking new, innovative steps towards more sustainable and circular operations each year. Now it is launching a collection made using cutting-edge technologies developed by researchers at KTH. The collection features Circulose®– a material made from discarded textiles.
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Dow & Cotton Inc – Combining expertise for more sustainable fashion

Recognizing the need for more sustainable processes in the fashion industry, Dow and Cotton Incorporated joined forces to lessen the strain on the Earth’s water resources during the cotton dyeing process. Through close collaboration, Cotton Incorporated combined its industry expertise with Dow’s material science knowledge to validate the benefits of Dow’s patented ECOFAST™ Pure Sustainable Textile Treatment, a pretreatment that produces cationic cotton which significantly decreases the amount of water, chemicals, dye and energy needed to color cotton.
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Avery Dennison sets ambition to be Net-Zero on Carbon Emissions by 2050

Materials science leader to also focus on a deforestation-free future as part of 2030 sustainability goals. Avery Dennison announced its ambition to be net-zero on greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. This commitment comes as the company raises the bar on its sustainability goals with new targets for 2030.
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Shoe Brands: Trade in Old for New and Use Renewable Materials

At present global resources, energy consumption and environmental decay are increasingly grim, the fashion industry is committed to environmental protection and sustainable development. For example, sports brand Skechers popularizes the green environmental protection concept, and Rothy'S penetrates the sustainability into China with recycled plastic bottles.
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“The Path To Scaling Reusable Packaging In E-commere” a joint research paper for sustainable growth of fashion industry

The growth of e-commerce in the fashion industry, already the largest e-commerce market segment, is accelerating, spurred on by the closure of brick-and-mortar stores due to the pandemic. As such, the demand for single-use packaging, and waste generation, is increasing. However, reusable options, which aim to transform packaging from single-use to multi-use assets, are being implemented as a sustainable alternative.
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Kenya: Maasai Mara University to Manufacture Reusable Sanitary Towels

Menstrual hygiene is a national problem worsened by the taboos and stigma that surround menstruation. It is a conversation that every Kenyan, including men, should be involved in.
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200-Year-Old Japanese Textile Company Develops Eco-Friendly Socks Series

How can we integrate environmental awareness into socks and reduce their environmental impact? We can find the answer in the 3C by OUPS™ socks series from OUPS™, a brand owned by centuries-old Japanese Ueyama Textile Inc.
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NEW SENSIL ® BIOCARE IMPROVES THE IMPACT OF TEXTILES ON THE ECOSYSTEM

NILIT, a global supplier of high-quality nylon 6.6, is proud to release Sensil® BioCare, a sustainable high-quality nylon fiber produced with special technology, which helps to reduce the durability of textile waste in seawater and landfills.
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GFG playing a leading role in influencing demand and supply for more sustainable fashion

Global Fashion Group (GFG), an online fashion and lifestyle destination in emerging markets, intends to accelerate its marketplace and platform services by focusing on technology development. For this purpose, the group has issued seven-year senior unsecured bonds with a principal amount of €375 million that is convertible according to the terms and conditions of the bonds. The company is proud to have fulfilled the following 2022 targets ahead of schedule: