02 Feb '18, 10am

UN seeks wider textile sector engagement

UN seeks wider textile sector engagement

The two day agenda was primarily focused on global collaboration in the fashion sector to enable a substantial shift towards mobilising a larger, joint environmental project. Brands including adidas, C&A, Hugo Boss, H&M and FIlippa K were in attendance, along with representatives from textile manufacturers, recycling associations and fibre innovators.

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