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14th June 2017

Textile and apparel sustainability update, June 2017

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Reports summary

Environmental sustainability is a topic of growing importance within the global fibre, textile and apparel industry. Indeed, pressures to focus on environmental sustainability have prompted several companies to develop innovative new products and to adapt their business strategies.

This report provides information on the latest product developments and business developments in relation to environmental sustainability, with a particular focus on: apparel and footwear; corporate social responsibility (CSR); dyes and auxiliaries; fabrics; fibres and yarns; home textiles; insulation materials; investments; joint ventures, cooperation, licensing and distribution; sewing threads; and upcycling.

The report includes news from the following innovative companies and other organisations: Adidas, American & Efird (A&E), Athleta, Berghaus, Bobo Choses, Boll & Branch, Bolt Threads, Century Synthetic Fiber Corporation, Cordura, DuPont Tate & Lyle Bio Products, Eastman Chemical Company, the Fibersort partner consortium, Grund America, H&M Foundation, HeiQ, Lenzing, Lindex, Mango, Milliken, NSF International, the Oeko-Tex Association, OVS, Parley for the Oceans, Patagonia, PrimaLoft, Primark, Schoeller Textil, Star Sock, Textilcolor, Textile Exchange, Unifi, West Elm and the Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals (ZDHC) Programme.

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Publisher: Textiles Intelligence

32 pages, published June 2017

Report price: Euro 420.00; US$ 550.00

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