Textiles

Threadbare Data

Wet processing textile companies are intensely reliant on water, chemicals and heat to treat and dye fabrics, yet are failing to report on how they are managing their significant environmental footprint to the detriment of their investors, business models and compliance with increasing government-led regulations.

To listen to lead author Catherine Tubb explaining the purpose and findings of the report, please view the video below.

Will Fashion Dye Another Day?

This report focuses on the financial risks arising from the extensive use and misuse of water in the wet processing stage of clothing production, with much of the global production effort situated in areas where water stress and the associated risk is already high.

Easy (Un) Pickings

Investors have a huge opportunity to generate impressive investment returns while making a significant difference to the planet by facilitating a key environmental transition for wet processors. This new report explains the financial gains that can be made by investing in processes that lower the environmental footprint of wet processing.

Will Fashion Dye Another Day?

This report focuses on the financial risks arising from the extensive use and misuse of water in the wet processing stage of clothing production, with much of the global production effort situated in areas where water stress and the associated risk is already high.

 

Threadbare Data

Wet processing textile companies are intensely reliant on water, chemicals and heat to treat and dye fabrics, yet are failing to report on how they are managing their significant environmental footprint to the detriment of their investors, business models and compliance with increasing government-led regulations.

To listen to lead author Catherine Tubb explaining the purpose and findings of the report, please view the video below.