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BONN – The United Nations' Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action has produced two new reports to help the fashion industry reduce its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from raw material extraction, production and processing.

One of reports offers guidance on identifying low carbon sources on man-made cellulosic fibres (MMCF), while the other does the same for animal fibres such as sheep wool, hair, alpaca fibre, and silk.

Textile Exchange, as leaders of the charter’s raw material working group, led the reports with input from viscose producers Lenzing and Sateri, environmental non-profit Canopy, VF Corporation which owns the North Face and Timberland, US brand Reformation, discount retailer Primark, wool and cashmere processor the Schneider Group, and textile consultants Fabrikology.

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