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LUBBOCK – Industry non-profit Textile Exchange says that bio-based synthetic materials can play a part of the fashion and textile industry’s journey towards a more regenerative and circular future.

Biosynthetics can replace some of the fossil-based fibres, like polyester and nylon, which currently account for the majority of global fibre production and related greenhouse gas emissions, it argues.

Textile Exchange is sharing new findings from its Biosynthetics Round Table which highlight the role that substitute synthetic materials made from plants, food crops and agricultural waste could play in speeding up this shift.

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