BEIJING – Around 120 delegates from the world of forestry and viscose textile production descended on China to hear about progress from the Sustainable Development of Viscose (CV) group in the run up to the release of its first ever sustainability report.

Facilitated by Textile Exchange, speakers included the WWF, Esprit, The Forest Trust, and the German Partnership for Sustainable Textiles, as the Chinese industry looks to improve the traceability of raw materials and clean up its viscose manufacturing ahead of an anticipated boost in production capacities.

“Our members have already undertaken several initiatives to ensure they are on track to meet the requirements of the roadmap,” Zhang Zixin, Secretary General of CV told Ecotextile News, “and to increase the transparency of the industry, we will release our first sustainability report in March 2019 which will summarise these efforts.” 

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