Forbes | A new piece in Forbes explores the limits of recycling and circularity as immediate solutions to the reduce the fashion industry’s impact — and cites Quantis research to back it up. Our Measuring Fashion report breaks down the extent to which circular fibers can bring emissions reductions — of around 10% — and points to the top driver of the sector’s footprint: emissions in the material and production phases. Given the scale and speed of change needed to transform the fashion industry, brands need clear and bold action plans to tackle their biggest sources of impact — in addition to exploring and scaling solutions in circularity and recycling. This piece offers a thorough look into what the industry needs to fast-track sustainability.
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Measuring Fashion: Insights from the Environmental Impact of the Globa...
This report delivers guidance and insights for brands and businesses committed to making changes to reduce their impacts.