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John Mowbray

John Mowbray

John Mowbray is the owner and founder of MCL News & Media and the brains behind Ecotextile News, which he launched back in 2006. His primary aim for MCL is to provide inspirational content that motivates key textile industry stakeholders to make a positive difference to their global supply chains, through innovative, sustainable and responsible sourcing policies and practices.

He is an award-winning Environmental Biology graduate from The University of Manchester, and since 1992 has become a well-known environmental journalist who has been quoted in national and international media outlets. He doubles up as an FA qualified soccer coach, a mountain bike enthusiast and a part-time builder.

https://www.linkedin.com/in/jfmowbray/

 

Egypt textile circularity programme concludes

CAIRO - An initiative to foster circular economy practices within Egypt's textile and…

SBTi approval for Coats net-zero targets

UXBRIDGE - Industrial thread manufacturer Coats Group has had its long-term,…

Decathlon invests in recycling start-up

LILLE - Sportswear brand Decathlon has invested in French start-up Recyc’Elit which has…

US adds 26 textile firms to Uyghur region blacklist

WASHINGTON – The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has announced the addition of…

BASF expands biomass for stretch fibre availability

LUDWIGSHAFEN – Global chemicals company BASF is to expand production of a number of its…

FixDye selects Oerlikon for recycled polyester partnership

REMSCHEID - Recycled polyester yarn manufacturer FixDye is looking to increase the…

SBTi backs Levi's 2050 net zero target

SAN FRANCISCO - Denim giant Levi's net zero emissions target for 2050 has been approved…

Global roll-out for sustainable denim initiative.

AMSTERDAM - The Dutch Denim Deal sustainability initiative has confirmed the successful…

Challenge the Fabric announces design winner

MILAN – The Challenge the Fabric (CTF) event has announced the winner of its fashion…

Pakistan Accord now has 120 signatory brands

AMSTERDAM - A total of 120 global brands and retailers have now signed up to the Pakistan…

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