Traceability News to Read from October

Traceability News to Read from October

Welcome to the Traceability Edit, TrusTrace's curated list of news to know from the month. In October, the EU is looking to limit fast fashion imports, how to decarbonize the denim supply chain, and understanding sustainability-linked finance.

What Does China’s Shift Towards Eco-Transparency Mean For Brands? by Avery Booker for Jing Daily.

How Verifiable Data Can Enable Fairer Pay In The Fashion Industry by Shameek Ghosh for Forbes.

Finland Wants to Transform how we Make Clothes by Maddy Savage for the BBC.

“Cracking the Code of Circularity” in the Chanel Ecosystem by Tina Isaac-Goizé for Vogue. 

Apparel Suppliers Must Adapt, Collaborate Across Supply Chain To Survive bLaura Husband for Just Style.

EU Wants To Limit 'Fast-Fashion' Imports by Jane Saluorg for ERR.

Decarbonization – Perspectives From The Denim Supply Chain by Manufactured X Transformers Foundation. 

Preferred Fiber and Materials Market Report - October 22 by Textile Exchange. 

It’s All About The Data by Denby Royal for Apparel Insider.

Sustainability-linked Finance Is Fashion’s Latest Trend, But Will It Work? by Amy Nguyen for Raconteur.


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