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LONDON – A new report has outlined the environmental cost of the use of animal-derived materials (ADMs) in the fashion industry, while also urging consumers to explore alternatives.

The first section of the two-part report, Taming Fashion, from global animal welfare organisation, Four Paws, notes that while animal-derived materials such as wool, fur and down are widely perceived as being ‘natural’, the production of these materials can sometimes involve the release of highly toxic chemicals into the environment, causing major land use change and causing severe animal welfare implications.

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