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NOW Magazine - By Adria Vasil - December 4, 2013 Fashion biz turns spotlight on rainforest-clearing rayon. Where’d you get that buttery-soft top? If it’s smoother than cotton but not quite as silky as, well, silk, odds are it came from a tree. Natural? Sort of. But sustainable? Afraid not.
Women's Wear Daily, By Esra Tanyildiz, December 2, 2013 ISTANBUL — The conservation of endangered forests is becoming a pressing issue as designers turn increasingly to wood pulp-based fibers, according to experts who tackled the issue at the Textile Exchange’s annual sustainability conference here last month.
Could your fashion style be destroying forests and driving orang-utans towards extinction? Nicole Rycroft shows how cellulose fibres used in textiles are a major cause of biodiversity loss worldwide. But your choices can make all the difference ...
INMA - 26 November 2013 · By Andree Gosselin O'Meara - “Straw Issue” — a magazine actually printed on paper made from straw — is a solid step toward recognizing the environmental cost and responsibility of printed news.