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Five times stronger than steel, three times tougher than nylon or Kevlar, yet a fraction of the width of human hair, spider silk is one of the planet's most valuable, if tricky to mass-produce, textiles. Spiber, a biomaterials firm from Japan, has spent the better part of a decade trying to crac ...
Last week in Uzbekistan, hundreds of thousands of people, including children, were forced from their jobs and schools and into the cotton fields, where they'll spend the next few weeks picking the crop under hot, unsanitary, and often hazardous conditions for little to no pay. It's an issue that ...
Livia Firth, founder and creative director at Eco-Age, discusses the negative impact of fast fashion in terms of the environment and social justice. She speaks with Francine Lacqua and Manus Cranny on Bloomberg Television's “The Pulse.” (Source: Bloomberg)
In a new investigative report published at the Mail on Sunday, a reporter discovered that women in Mauritius who were hired to make shirts that read "This is what a feminist looks like" have been paid roughly a dollar an hour to do so and sleep in dormitories that house 16 women at a time.
What claims to be the first comprehensive database for Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) in the apparel industry has launched, designed to enable brands to improve the measurement and reporting of their environmental impact.
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