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Trending: Fashion Loved, and Not So Loved, by Forests
Trending: Fashion Loved, and Not So Loved, by Forests

8 years ago - Last week, a colorful protest temporarily diverted attention from the red carpet parade at the 2015 Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) Fashion Awards at New York City’s Lincoln Center.Dressed in sleek formal wear, activists deployed a large banner over the heads of the crowd while others handed out balloons and business cards printed with a parody logo of the demonstration’s target: Ralph Lauren.

Fashion and Textile Leaders for Forest Conservation Begin Shift to Forest-Free Viscose
Fashion and Textile Leaders for Forest Conservation Begin Shift to Forest-Free Viscose

10 years ago - The newest trend in social responsibility in the apparel sector emerged in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam on Monday as several of the world’s most influential clothing brands gathered to develop a roadmap to creating a more sustainable supply chain and conserve endangered forests.

Canopy Applauds Cutting-Edge LCA of Materials by Tissue Giant Kimberly-Clark
Canopy Applauds Cutting-Edge LCA of Materials by Tissue Giant Kimberly-Clark

10 years ago - This week, Canadian forest-conservation NGO Canopy commended the world’s largest tissue manufacturer, Kimberly-Clark Corporation — global producer of Kleenex, Huggies, Kotex and dozens of other paper towel, diaper and family-care brands sold worldwide — on the release of a cutting-edge study of the existing and potential raw materials for its products. The comprehensive lifecycle analysis (LCA) was authored by the Georgia Institute of Technology, with Canopy bringing independent expertise to the advisory board.

New Report Profiles Leaders in Sustainable Printing
New Report Profiles Leaders in Sustainable Printing

10 years ago - Since “being green” came into vogue, green claims and corporate sustainability initiatives have proliferated. But not all environmental policies are as eco as the next. In this now cluttered landscape, it can be difficult to choose the right strategic partners to help your company meet its sustainability goals. To help solve that conundrum, a leading conservation organization, Canopy, has just released its Green Print Leadership Report, a resource designed to help companies choose printers that match their sustainability commitments.

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