News Type: Media Coverage

Vogue : What are you wearing right now? If it’s rayon or viscose, chances are it comes from the Amazon

This article was published in Vogue Australia and Vogue India. By Sam Rogers. Do you know what your clothes are made from? If the label says ‘rayon’ or ‘viscose’ then it’s likely that you’re wearing the rainforest, possibly from Canada, Indonesia or the Amazon, which continues to be ravaged by the estimated 2,500 active fires spreading throughout Brazil, … Continued

Breakthrough of Unprecedented Innovation in the Viscose Sector

This news was released by Re:newcell and Tangshan Sanyou   Breakthrough of Unprecedented Innovation in the Viscose Sector 粘胶行业开创先河的创新突破  Tangcell™and Re:newcell’s cooperation leads to new viscose products made from 50% post-consumer recycled textiles 唐丝和Re:newcell合作推出粘胶纤维新品:50%的原料来自消费后回收纺织品   China & Sweden: June 27th 2019 – A milestone achievement has been reached for the use of recycled cotton in … Continued

Safeguarding our Irreplaceable Ancient and Endangered Forests

Interview with Canopy Founder and Executive Director, Nicole Rycroft, on Green Dreamer podcast by Kaméa Chayne Listen to the podcast here

VIDEO: Canopy’s Nicole Rycroft on How Recycled Clothing Could Impact Forests

Canopy’s Executive Director, Nicole Rycroft, interviewed by Earthrise Al-Jazeera about the importance of Ancient and Endangered Forests and how using alternative fibres for fabric could ease the negative impacts of fashion on forests. See the video here.    

BRITISH VOGUE: Why Oprah Winfrey Was At Stella McCartney’s AW19 Show

This article appeared on Vogue.co.uk on March 4, 2019.   Stella McCartney and Oprah Winfrey have been acquaintances for some time. “I f*cking worship her!” the designer told Vogue of dressing the media icon for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s wedding in May 2018. Winfrey, it transpired, had come to McCartney with a piece of her knitwear and asked her to … Continued

BLOOMBERG: To Keep Old Growth out of New Shirts, Fashion Turns to Technology

This article was published by Bloomberg. Leading designers and retailers supported a nonprofit’s effort to help ease the search for unsavory suppliers active in endangered forests. No one dies for fashion in greater numbers than, it turns out, the trees. More than 150 million are cleared every year, shipped around the world, then pulped and processed … Continued

FORBES.COM: Social Entrepreneurs Are Opening New Pathways To Transform The Apparel Industry

This article appeared on Forbes.com on October 15, 2018. Social Entrepreneurs Are Opening New Pathways To Transform The Apparel Industry By Stephanie Schmidt The apparel industry is one of the largest in the world, generating a global value of about $3 trillion (2% of global GDP) and employing some 100 million people. Its unrivaled creativity, diversity and innovation … Continued

CBC.CA: How a B.C. idea could help save a ‘storybook’ jungle in Indonesia

Politicians and environmentalists from Aceh visit B.C. to learn about Great Bear Rainforest By Bethany Lindsay There are more than 12,000 kilometres between the Great Bear Rainforest and the jungles of the Leuser ecosystem in northern Sumatra — more than a quarter of the Earth’s circumference. Even in winter, the temperature rarely drops below 25 … Continued

Business Day : Meet the woman saving ancient trees from becoming pulp

This article was initially published in Business Day. Nicole Rycroft is one of a growing crew of people who work tirelessly at changing how we affect the Earth. Her focus is on protecting ancient and indigenous trees. By collaborating with business partners in the fashion and publishing industries she is transforming supply chains to prevent … Continued

FIBRE2FASHION.com: ENKA’s supply chain is low risk: Canopy audit

ENKA’s current supply chain has been confirmed as low risk of sourcing wood from ancient and endangered forests or other controversial sources, according to independent verification audit results of ENKA’s pulp sourcing by environmental not-for-profit Canopy and the Rainforest Alliance. The audit uses a risk-based approach and requires verifiable evidence. The audit requires verifiable evidence … Continued

GLOBE AND MAIL: The Broadback threatened with logging

This article was published by the Globe and Mail on July 13, 2018 A Cree First Nation and a conservation group are pressing Quebec to protect one of the last wilderness areas in the province’s boreal forest, amid fears that logging is increasingly threatening traditional Indigenous hunting and fishing grounds. The Waswanipi nation in northern … Continued

ECOTEXTILE NEWS: Tangshan Sanyou completes viscose audit, Canopy reveals

This article was first published in Ecotextile News TANGSHAN – The independently verified audit results of Chinese viscose producer Tangshan Sanyou have been published by environmental non-profits Canopy and Rainforest Alliance. Completing the evaluation puts Tangshan Sanyou considerably ahead of the curve in terms of Chinese viscose producers, with hardly any of its compatriot counterparts … Continued

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