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Published on Friday, 03 November 2017

Consumers more aware of textile environmental impacts

Written by Joe Pinkstone

ZURICH – Results from an Oeko-Tex study, the first of its kind to focus on the global consumer as opposed to the textile industry, appears to show a rising awareness among consumers about the contributions of the fashion industry to climate change.

The results, announced via webinar, of the study came from a survey conducted in the summer of 2017 which involved over 11,000 consumers in ten countries. With a range of people from different generations and different countries the information was collated and analysed by Anerca International.


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