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Toxic clothing, 2020 targets not ambitious enough for Greenpeace

Greenpeace wants brands to eliminate the use of PFCs when making clothes – and setting 2020 targets is not ambitious enough, says Mirjam Kopp, project leader of the Detox Outdoor campaign. See the full PDF article here.

Brands urged to cut out toxins from clothes from Innovation Forum

Taken from Innovation Forum’s new Supply Chain Risk & Innovation publication, published ten times a year on a subscription basis.

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Sustainable apparel: How brands can improve their value chain environmental footprint, and make it pay – 19 April – London

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