The report “Green Transformation and Circular Economy: Pathways to Sustainable Consumption and Production of Textiles in Belarus” the first attempt to assess the situation in the textile sector in Belarus in terms of environmental impact and potential for the development of a circular economy.→ →
In this section, we are pleased to share with you the contributions from a wide and inspiring variety of guest speakers involved in the fashion industry. They have joined us to share their personal perspectives and provide the insides of their work.
Thanks to new processes and technologies, the leather production industry has cut its water footprint by 37% in the past 25 years.→ →
The Sustainability Pledge for Environmentally Safe and Socially Responsible Garment and Footwear Sector
Check out the UNECE toolbox to learn more about the call to action for traceability, transparency, sustainability and circularity of value chains in the garment and footwear sector.→ →
Without traceability and transparency, human and labor law violations, pollution and counterfeit products can go unchecked.→ →
Ethiopia could be a great example in safer cotton production for other African countries and the rest of the world.→ →