Latest Sustainable News Related to Viscose Fiber
Sustainable Supply Chains
Ganni, Patagonia and Reformation Join Pilot Project to Decarbonize Fashion
California startup Rubi Labs has secured another $8.7 million in funding for its lyocell yarn made from converted CO2, with brands such as Ganni, Reformation, and Patagonia, having agreed to produce prototypes in hopes of driving the commercialization of the product.
Viscose Fiber: The Industry Demand for Responsibly Sourced Textiles
Switching from synthetic fibers to natural fibers is one way to solve the fashion waste problem, however the industry as a whole needs more progress to provide transparency within viscose supply chains.
Sustainable Suppliers News
Lenzing is on its way to Hitting its 2030 Environmental Goals
Backed by the Science Based Targets Initiative, Lenzing Group has released a report that reveals it’s “on track” to halve its CO2 emissions by 2030.
British Retailer Marks & Spencer Leads in Sustainability Reporting
The prominent retailer based in the U.K. prides itself on transparent sustainability reporting, regularly distributing its supply chain operations and sourcing material information.
Introducing Impermea Materials: Reinventing the Textile Supply Chain
Impermea Materials stands ready to tackle industry challenges of any magnitude with its cutting-edge technology and expertise.
The Dangers of Microfibers in the Textile Industry
Unlike other sectors, which are in the process of changing to combat microplastics, fashion is still not doing enough to control microfiber pollution. Learn what the adidas, the North Face, and C&A are doing about it.