A new clothing line from Continental Clothing Co., to be launched next month, will carry a price premium, ring-fenced from normal pricing escalation, to be passed directly to garment workers in India to enhance their monthly wages.
In March, the governments of the East African Community proposed a ban on imports of secondhand clothes to their regional trade bloc by 2019. The logic is that by stopping the trade of used garments, the apparel industry in these countries will be revitalized, create jobs and exports, and bolster their economies. What interests me is the implications this ban would have on the donating Western countries: If we could no longer offload our unwanted discarded clothing onto the poor, what would we do with those clothes?
The rise of fast fashion has created a tsunami of inexpensive castoff clothing from the U.S. that often ends up resold or reprocessed into pillow stuffing or other goods in the same low-wage countries where it was made.
Chi produce un bene deve gestirne l’intero ciclo di vita, occupandosi anche di quando tale prodotto diventa un rifiuto. Solo così si possono evitare distorsioni e inefficienze che metterebbero a rischio l’obiettivo di realizzare un modello economico circolare.
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