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David Styles

David Styles

David Styles is a Contributing Editor to Ecotextile News. Through his time with the flagship publication, David has become increasingly interested in exploring the issues of sustainability and workers’ rights in the textile industry. Previously, David achieved a first class honours degree in Journalism at Sheffield Hallam University, alongside working on various freelance projects and events for companies including the BBC and the Royal Television Society.

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LONDON - A major research paper is challenging the UK government to do more to tackle…

New transparency programme for Sri Lankan apparel

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Unifi launches new sustainability report

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Textile workers' rise branded 'insufficient'

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European due diligence fails to win backing

BRUSSELS - European Union proposals to make companies liable for human rights and…

Report highlights brands use of bleaching chemicals

ISTANBUL - A new report published by the Clean Clothes Campaign Turkey has revealed the…

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