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The fashion industry is responsible for 8-10% of global carbon emissions – more than all international flights and maritime shipping combined.
The fashion industry is the second-biggest consumer of water in the world.
To produce just one tee, it is estimated that it consumes 2,700 litres of water.
Enough drinking water for one person for 2.5 years
20% of the worlds waste water production
Conventional Cotton alone is responsible for 16% of all insecticides sold worldwide.
Hazardous synthetic pesticides used in non-organic farming can damage ecosystems, poison waterways and endanger workers.
The production of cotton is synonymous with slavery, an abhorrent association that is unfortunately not confined to the history books.
Currently, 20% of the worlds cotton is from China, 84% of this is grown in forced labour camps in the Xinjiang region.