Traceability News to Read from September

Traceability News to Read from September

Welcome to the Traceability Edit, TrusTrace's curated list of news to know from the month. In September, take a look inside the plant-based wardrobe, how to talk to manufacturers about decarbonization, and eliminating forced labour from fashion's supply chains.

What Europe’s Energy Crisis Means for Fashion by Sarah Kent for Business of Fashion.

Traceability Can Enable Circularity In The Fashion Industry by Michela Puddu for Forbes.

Zegna Pledges Full Traceability of Oasi Cashmere Products by 2024 by Martino Carrera for WWD.

B2B Marketplaces: The Future Of Fashion Supply Chain by Dheeraj Tagra for Apparel Resources.

Practical Tips for Talking to Manufacturers About Decarbonization by Kim van der Weerd for Asia Garment Hub.

Inside The Plant-based Wardrobe by Tiffanie Darke for the Financial Times.

Standard Launched for Yarn Makers to Eliminate Forced Labour in Cotton Production by Hannah Abdulla for Just Style.

"In Reality Sustainability Is An Investment, And If You Invest, You End Up With More" by Juliette Tafreschi for Asia Garment Hub.

How ‘Sustainable Fashion’ Could Run Afoul Of Antitrust Regulators by Ephrat Livni for New York Times.

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