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Organic Cotton: Is it a Sustainable Solution?

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Organic Cotton: Is it a Sustainable Solution?
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Organic Cotton: Is it a Sustainable Solution?

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Author(s)Miguel Angel Gardetti, Subramanian Senthilkannan Muthu
Year2019
Pages180
LanguageEnglish
FormatPDF
Size4.5 MB
PublisherSpringer
ISBN9811087814, 978-9811087813, 9811342385, 978-9811342387, B07FXCHB65

This book highlights the traditional boundaries of the textile industry and discusses to what extent organic cotton is sustainable. It also examines the domestic and international influences of agricultural practices on cotton. Sustainability issues in the textile and fashion sectors require the influences that arise from beyond the boundaries of the conventional textile industry to be taken into account. These “external” influences―from (international or domestic) agricultural practices and energy policies to consumption patterns and levels of ecological notions of the society―have a significant impact on the sustainability of the textile and fashion sectors as a whole. Ecological and social concerns go far beyond individual companies and industries; therefore, in order to become more sustainable, the textile (and fashion) industry needs to address these concerns appropriately and connect with other disciplines, industries, communities, and international groups.