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Sustainable Brands: Fashion Loved by Forest, the campaign spearheaded by Canadian forest conservation nonprofit Canopy that is rallying the fashion industry to commit to deforestation-free materials, continues to gain momentum.
Ecotextile News: Retailers including Marks and Spencer, Levi Strauss, ASOS and Artiza have committed to environmental organisation Canopy’s sustainable forest fibres sourcing commitment. Canopy’s new annual report highlights endangered forest ‘hotspots’ which the not-for-profit organisation says should be protected from the impacts of pulp and viscose sourcing.
Environmental Leader - Levi Strauss & Co., Marks & Spencer, Portico Brands and ASOS have joined Canopy’s Fashion Loved by Forests initiative, committing to ensure their fabric sourcing doesn’t harm endangered forests or contribute to deforestation.
Sustainable Brands: EcoPlanet Bamboo Working with Canopy to Offer Sustainable Alternative to Forest-Fiber Textiles
EcoPlanet Bamboo, the largest global developer of certified bamboo plantations on degraded lands, has committed to a sourcing policy designed to offer a more sustainable option for clothing brands seeking alternatives to ancient and endangered forest fibers.