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Half Of Fashion’s Materials Now Come From Sustainable Sources, But More Needs To Be Done To Meet Climate Goals

Olivia Pinnock of Forbes reports on new fashion sustainability metrics.

The C3 Take
  • Textile Exchange, a nonprofit that is helping close to 300 fashion brands bring sustainability forward, has found that 50% of the materials that are being used to create apparel are either organic, recycled, or from sustainable sources.
  • 68% of companies also reported that they were pursuing a circular business model, although only 30% provided quantitative data to back that claim up.
  • Private sector leadership is creating a cleaner energy future.

“The figures, released today, show 50% of materials being used by the 292 participating companies are now organic, recycled or other lower impact options, compared with 44% in 2020.”

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