The fashion industry – a real polluter1 min read

The clothes we wear every day really have an enormous impact on climate change. But how can we change that?

Jeff Gomez

Head of Growth at Ecochain

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The fashion industry is responsible for more than 10 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions – according to the UN!

It emits over 1.2 BILLION tonnes of greenhouse gases every YEAR.

Well… we can all just buy one shirt less a year, and the issue is gone.

Just kidding!

In reality, fashion companies struggle to reduce their environmental impact – because their supply chain is extremely complex.

From harvesting fiber, over preparing the yarn, dyeing to cutting and sewing our clothes – there are so many steps in between – and a lot of them are outsourced to external suppliers.

Not an easy job. Learn more about how you can build the most sustainable fashion brand in the world by joining one of our events or talk to one of our experts.

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