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Published on Friday, 14 October 2016

Due Diligence in cotton sourcing – Part II. The Environment

Written by John Mowbray

In the second of this series of advisory articles on due diligence in the cotton textile supply chain, Simon Ferrigno looks at the issue of ecosystems where biodiversity, soils, existing land cover, water resources and overall land value can sometimes be overlooked.

So, due diligence on the potential environmental impacts of natural fibre raw material production, be it cotton, or any another agricultural used for textiles production. Where do you start?


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