Fashion and shopping orientations are most likely the determinants of Environmentally Friendly Clothing (EFC) purchases. Most fashion leaders have used apparel because of its symbolic value such as attractiveness, creativity or social relevance. In sustainability, fashion is purchased for reasons… Read More »Sustainable Purchasing Practices
The world is currently facing a crisis that is changing life as we know it. The corona virus has claimed more than 315 000 lives worldwide, making it the most infectious virus of the 21st century and as such business… Read More »Will the pandemic’s legacy favour sustainability over luxury fashion?
Green retailing refers to the management approach that pursues environmental protection to improve the retail value chain through eliminating waste, increasing efficiency and reducing costs.
The earth is relying on us to take care of it and our current climate is far from healthy. Considering new production methods within the fashion industry will ensure that we see a brighter future both for the industry and the earth.
Research shows that decomposing clothing releases methane, a harmful greenhouse gas and a significant contributor to climate change. Waste accumulation by the fast fashion industry is also responsible for fabric dyes and chemicals that leak into the soil, contaminating both… Read More »The prevention of textile waste accumulation.