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Wed 01 Feb 2023 | by Rob Hutchins

Wardrobe sufficiency and 'slow fashion' key to cutting individual emissions, says research

A new report from the Berlin-based think tank suggests wardrobe sufficiency can be achieved through 74 garments making up 20 outfits for any four-season country.

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Wed 01 Feb 2023 | by Rob Hutchins

Formula E signs global licensing deal with New Era for REPREVE headwear collection

The New Era cap range will utilise REPREVE fabric, a recycled performance fibre through which plastic bottles are transformed into a technical yarn used for ‘performance-ready headwear.’

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Tue 31 Jan 2023 | by Rob Hutchins

Rubies Zero to add Star Wars, ZAG, Mattel licensed lines to its Green Collection

The Rubies Zero initiative was created last year to begin reducing the environmental impact across its business “one step at a time” and within “achievable timeframes”.

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Tue 31 Jan 2023 | by Rob Hutchins

Golden Bear sets 2023 target for recycled materials across its plush portfolio

This is the next stage of the team’s wider sustainability journey that kicked-off when Golden Bear moved its Hey Duggee range to recycled fabric in 2021.

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Tue 31 Jan 2023 | by Rob Hutchins

Products of Change to discuss the Circular Economy at Source Home and Gift next week

Helena Mansell-Stopher will be joining James George, POC’s Circular Economy Ambassador on Tuesday, 7 February to ask: what is the circular economy and why should you care?

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Tue 31 Jan 2023 | by Rob Hutchins

POC Magazine | The Spring Sustainability Edit is available now

Marking the third ever issue of the Products of Change magazine, the Spring Edit features the latest industry and Member news, interviews, research, and industry aspirations.

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Mon 23 Jan 2023 | by Rob Hutchins

Magic Light Pictures explores nature with Zog in new Forestry England deal

The campaign - featuring Julia Donaldson's popular dragon hero - will encourage youngsters to learn about how they can care for the forest and how the forest can care for…

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Mon 23 Jan 2023 | by Rob Hutchins

Pure London to launch The Independent Fashion Retailer Sustainability Toolkit

The toolkit has been written by Pure London’s Sustainability Advisor, Olivia Pinnock and is designed to explore the key areas fashion retailers need to address to move towards a more…

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Mon 23 Jan 2023 | by Rob Hutchins

Decathlon takes next stride in circular sportswear with Kipsta's newest football boots

The Traxium Compressor football boots boast 'extreme durability' and a ten year warranty while forming a fundamental part of a circular economy for football boots at the sports giant.

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Mon 23 Jan 2023 | by Rob Hutchins

Liverpool FC calls on fans to score climate goals for Green Football Weekend

Green Football Weekend launched earlier this month to challenge supporters across the UK to score 'green goals' for their clubs by taking and registering their daily sustainable actions.

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Mon 23 Jan 2023 | by Rob Hutchins

Toy Fair 2023 | Moose Toys commits to Net Zero GHG by 2040

The move is part of the Australia-headquartered toy company’s broader sustainability strategy, which includes decarbonising the business and exploring circular design principles and business models.

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Thu 19 Jan 2023 | by Rob Hutchins

Second-hand clothing has 70 times lower impact than producing new

These are the latest conclusions to be drawn by EuRIC's textile branch which completed a life-cycle assessment on the ‘significant carbon dioxide and water savings’ from reusing textiles.

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