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    TEXILES ECOSYSTEM STAKEHOLDERS EVENT

    · Textile Labelling and its regulation with the different tools of transparency in the textile industry. · A key point we take home is that in a competitive, resilient and innovative sector, producers take responsibility for their products in the value chain. Yesterday, 4 June 2024, from Textil4all we assisted at The Textiles Ecosystem Stakeholder […] More

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    Breaking Boundaries: The European Directive’s Influence on Fashion Sustainability

    The European directives for the textile and fashion sector had a strong presence at the last Copenhagen Fashion Week.  Copenhagen Fashion Week’s ambitious sustainability action plan, first launched in 2020 and in place since last 2023, obliges all brands to meet 18 minimum requirements, covering six key areas: strategic direction, design, smart choice of materials, […] More

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    The EU hopes sustainable fashion will become part of our lives

    As we have mentioned several times before, the fashion industry is considered one of the most polluting industries in the world, responsible for about 20% of the planet’s wastewater. The EU is aware of this situation and intends to change it, but is it possible? Could fast fashion finally be losing steam? The European Union […] More

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     Textil4all joins the Sustainable Fashion and Fashion Revolution Day

    Today, 24th April is Sustainable Fashion and Fashion Revolution Day, a date that reminds us of the importance of making sustainable use of clothes, shoes and accessories we wear.  From Textil4all we celebrate this date, focusing on the progress towards a more sustainable fashion industry and honoring the Fashion Revolution movement. The textile sector is […] More

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    Upcycling: Turning Old Into New

    Upcycling is not the same as recycling: “Recycling takes consumer materials — mostly plastic, paper, metal and glass — and breaks them down so their base materials can be remade into a new consumer product, often of lesser quality” “When you upcycle an item, you aren’t breaking down the materials. You may be refashioning it […] More

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    This Saturday, March 30th is the Zero Waste Day.

    On 14 December 2022, the United Nations General Assembly defined this date to proclaim 30 March as International Day of Zero Waste, to be observed annually. A date aimed at raising awareness of national, subnational, regional and local zero-waste initiatives and their contribution to achieving sustainable development. The textile sector is relevant regarding this date. […] More

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    Dressing with Conscience: The Intersection between Fashion and Sustainability

    The fashion industry has boomed in recent decades, but along with its success has also come environmental and social problems. The textile industry is one of the most polluting industries in the world, contributing significantly to water pollution, waste generation and greenhouse gas emissions. One of the biggest challenges facing this industry is the phenomenon […] More

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    “Being Fashionable is expensive”

    ·         The UN makes us reflect on what it costs to be fashionable (not only economically). ·         Every second, the equivalent of one truckload of rubbish is buried or burned. ·         From the European project Textil4all, several activities will be carried out to contribute to this necessary change towards a more sustainable textile industry. ·         » It takes around […] More

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    The European project TEXTIL4ALL will offer training and job opportunities in the textile sector to women in Madrid and Thessaloniki.

    Offering training and job opportunities to people with more difficulties in accessing a job, with a special focus on women in San Cristobal de los Angeles in Madrid (Spain) and Thessaloniki (Greece). This is the main objective of the new European project TEXTIL4ALL Opportunities in the textile sector for people and the planet, funded by […] More

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    The European project “FU-TOURISM 5.0” will support the transition of European tourism SMEs towards a green, digital, and inclusive economy.

    Supporting European tourism SMEs in their transition towards a green, digital and inclusive economy, while focusing on the application of the principles of the regenerative economy. This is the main objective of the European project “FU-TOURISM 5.0 – Future-Ready Business Support Ecosystem for Tourism SME Transition to Green and Digital Resilience” which has just started. Funded […] More

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    Connecting the Future of Tourism: “The Tourism Innovation Day” comes to Valencia

    • On September 27, 2023, World Tourism Day, “The Tourism Innovation Day” will be held in Valencia, which will host three international events in the tourism industry. • This major event seeks to establish a solid ecosystem to support entrepreneurs and SMEs in the tourism sector to expand their activities and improve their sustainability, while […] More

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    EU proposes to increase re-use and recycling of textiles and to reduce waste

    It presents a legislative package to promote the circular and sustainable economy. The European Commission aims to oblige member states to increase the reuse and recycling of textiles. Its proposal will have to be negotiated with the European Parliament and Member States. The purpose is to have the final legislation in place before the European […] More

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