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Measuring Fashion: Insights from the Environmental Impact of the Global Apparel and Footwear Industries

  • Published on September 17, 2021
The role of the global apparel and footwear industries has shifted far beyond meeting a basic
human need. The relationship with fashion in our modern lives has had a collateral and significant
impact on our planet’s resources.
As we face urgent environmental and social challenges caused by climate change and resource
depletion, the efficacy of solutions will depend on the creativity, innovation and boldness so
characteristic of the fashion industry. It’s time for players to change the trajectory.
This report encourages actors in the industry to set ambitious, evidence-based environmental
impact reduction goals to drive meaningful change to secure a more sustainable future for fashion.
In the face of climate change, resource depletion and shifting consumer expectations, fashion brands are increasingly coming under pressure to drive meaningful change and to back up their sustainability stories with facts. To encourage a more resilient future for fashion, Quantis performed a study looking at the entire value chain of apparel and footwear. The results are out in our new report, Measuring Fashion: Insights from the Environmental Impact of the Global Apparel and Footwear Industries study.
Fill-in the form on this page to access the 7-page report Measuring Fashion: Insights from the Environmental Impact of the Global Apparel and Footwear Industries study. For more details on the study and methodological considerations, access the full study. You can also access the Measuring Fashion Report FAQ.
The report highlights the key findings of the first in-depth, science-based study investigating the environmental impacts of the global apparel and footwear industries, and delivers guidance and insights for brands and businesses committed to making changes to reduce their impacts.

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