Traceability News to Read from January

Traceability News to Read from January

Welcome to the Traceability Edit, TrusTrace's curated list of news to know from the month. In January, greenwashing regulations are turning the tide, the race to create a recyclable sneaker, plus what's next for sustainability in apparel?

Could Fashion Have An Animal-Free Future? by Emily Chan for British Vogue.

Retailers Focus For 2023: Reaping The Fruits Of Their Tech Investments And Championing Customer Loyalty by FashionUnited.

The State Of Sustainability In The Fashion Industry (And What It Means For Brands) by Alison Bringé for Forbes.

EU Textile Plants Face New Requirements Under Emissions Law by Hannah Abdulla for JustStyle.

As Mango Bets On Supply Chain Transparency, ‘Others Will Follow’ by Ben Unglesbee for Supply Chain Dive. 

With Patagonia Leading The Pack, What’s Next For Sustainability In Apparel? by Julia Waldow for ModernRetail.

Running In Circles: The Race To Create A Recyclable Sneaker by Lucianne Tonti for the Guardian. 

How The Regulatory Tide Is Turning Against Greenwashing Brands In 2023 By Ellen Ormesher for the Drum.

Sustainability Runs High In Decisions, Policymaking Across Eu In 2022 by Fibre2Fashion.

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