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Published on Wednesday, 29 October 2014

Brands commit to sustainable fibre sourcing

Written by Tommy Lee

VANCOUVER - Retailers including Marks and Spencer, Levi Strauss, ASOS and Artiza have committed to environmental organisation Canopy’s sustainable forest fibres sourcing commitment. Canopy’s new annual report highlights endangered forest ‘hotspots’ which the not-for-profit organisation says should be protected from the impacts of pulp and viscose sourcing.


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