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Supply Chain

Cotton, Grown from the Earth

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Retail/Brands

These New Passports Will Emphasize a Brand’s Sustainability

A new report from the United Nations Environment Programme says greenhouse gas emissions reached a new high in 2022 and by September 2023, global average temperatures were 1.8°C above pre-industrial…

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Consumers

This One Program Helps the Planet AND Brings Consumers to Your Store

America Recycles Day is coming up on Nov. 15 and it gives both consumers and businesses a chance to pitch in when it comes to renewing, reusing, and recycling. Fashion…

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Media

Cotton Incorporated’s Blue Jeans Go Green™ Program Highlights Positive Impact of Textile Recycling Efforts on America Recycles Day

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Supply Chain

Why Fashion Needs to Make a Bigger Effort to Be “Plastic Free”

During the pandemic, the fashion industry waxed poetic about taking a look at itself and the amount of clothing and number of deliveries it was pumping out. A few short…

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Retail/Brands

Here’s How Fashion Brands Can Go Plastic Free Beyond July

Now that we’re fully involved in the hazy days of summer, it means pool time, barbecues and, more recently, Plastic Free July. This initiative by the Plastic Free Foundation aims…

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Media

New Research Finds Consumers Do Not Realize Their Clothes May Contribute to Microplastic Pollution

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Retail/Brands

Here’s Why Modern Performance Cotton & Gorpcore Make Sense

Of all the fashion “core” looks that have come out in recent years – think Barbiecore, cottagecore, normcore – perhaps the most odd-sounding is gorpcore. The gorp portion of the…

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Consumers

How Blue Jeans Pair Perfectly with Circular Fashion

In a circularity panel discussion held earlier this year, moderator Robert Langkjaer-Bain of Imagine5 media informed the audience that in the time it took for them to watch a 6-minute…

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Retail/Brands

After 150 Years, Here’s Why Americans Are Still Pulling Their Jeans On

So much about American life has changed since the 1870s. For starters, 12 U.S. states had yet to be admitted to the Union back then. Horses provided the main mode…

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