Recherchetool für Materialien

Recherchetool für Materialien

Die Materialdatenbank beinhaltet Medien zu unseren Themenschwerpunkten Arbeitsbedingungen in der Textil- und Bekleidungsindustrie sowie Umweltauswirkungen von Bekleidung.  Zu den Medienarten zählen z.B. Studien, Leitfäden und Berichte aber auch Filme und Podcasts oder Webtools.

Greenpeace Germany went to Kenya and Tanzania to witness the problem of imported textile waste in these countries and to find out about some of the many local initiatives trying to counter it through their own means. This briefing reveals the role played by imported used clothes called “Mitumba” in East Africa, and how much of it is of such poor quality that it goes straight to the dumpsite.

Herausgeber*in/Autor*in: Greenpeace Germany e.V. ; Autor*innen: Madeleine Cobbing, Sodfa Daaji, Mirjam Kopp, Viola Wohlgemuth
Medienart: Hintergrundinformation
Erscheinungsjahr: 2022

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Kauf dich glücklich! Zeitlos, nachhaltig und cool - mit ausgelesenen Büchern, ausgemusterten Möbeln oder Vintage Mode. Andere Farben, andere Schnitte, Jahrzehnte alte Klamotten, die das genaue Gegenteil von umweltschädlicher Fast Fashion sind. Die „zweitgeliebte“ Ware läuft im „Re-Sale“ nicht nur als moralischer Trend, weil man Second Hand ohne schlechtes Gewissen schoppen kann, während die Modeindustrie jede Menge CO2 verursacht.

Herausgeber*in/Autor*in: Hessischer Rundfunk hr
Medienart: Podcast
Erscheinungsjahr: 2023

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Many stages of the manufacture of apparel are significant users of water, from dyeing to raw material manufacture. Companies in the apparel industry should be talking about and reporting on their use of water and how they are exposed to water-related risk. The availability of water is expected to be increasingly stressed in many key apparel manufacturing regions as a result of climate change, inefficient use and untreated disposal. This could threaten production of textiles in many key regions and thus disrupt supply chains. Planet Tracker used open source data to map the location of apparel factories across the globe and consider the current level of water stress they are exposed to and how this is projected to change over time.

 

Herausgeber*in/Autor*in: Planet Tracker; Autor*innen: Richard Wielechowski, Senior Investment Analyst (Textiles), Planet Tracker; Giorgio Cozzolino, Quantitative Investment Analyst, Planet Tracker; Ailish Layden, Research Associate, Planet Tracker
Medienart: Hintergrundinformation
Erscheinungsjahr: 2024

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In recent years, there has been increasing attention to per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), a large group of persistent, toxic chemicals used widely by several industries. There has been much attention given to PFAS in drinking water, and it is well known that PFAS are used by the textiles industry, with several studies finding PFAS in many products, including clothing, carpeting, furniture, and other textiles. While PFAS in consumer products have drawn much attention, the toxic impacts of PFAS used in textile manufacturing have been less studied. This report provides new evidence linking textile-making facilities to PFAS water pollution. 

 

Herausgeber*in/Autor*in: ESDO - Environment and Social Development Organization, IPEN; Autor*innen: Dr. Shahriar Hossain, Mgr. Jitka Strakova, Siddika Sultana, Shanon Iffat Alam, Tanjima Haque Trisha, Golam Rabbani, Dr. Sara Brosche, Riley Howard, DSc, MPH, Dr. Joseph DiGangi
Medienart: Hintergrundinformation
Erscheinungsjahr: 2024

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This second chapter of the two-part series ‘A Zero Waste Vision for Textiles’ sketches out what a truly circular and toxic-free system for textiles looks like. The report investigates the current barriers to circularity, identifies solutions, and makes recommendations for policy measures in the EU. 

Herausgeber*in/Autor*in: zerowasteeurope.eu; Autor*innen: Theresa Mörsen, Lauriane Veillard, Dorota Napiersk
Medienart: Hintergrundinformation
Erscheinungsjahr: 2024

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