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.

The Common Framework for Responsible Purchasing Practices (CFRPP) (the framework) provides a common language and alignment on what constitutes responsible purchasing practices. It is the result of a 2-year process of the MSI Working Group on Purchasing Practices (the Working Group).

Herausgeber*in/Autor*in: Fair Wear, Ethical Trading Initiative, Textilbündnis, Ethical Trade Norway and Denmark, Dutch Agreement for Sustainable Garments (AGT)
Medienart: Hintergrundinformation
Erscheinungsjahr: 2022

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Servitization is a growing phenomenon to improve resource efficiency, leading to positive effects for the environmental and for society. Product service systems are one of the most effective instruments to attain a resource-efficient circular economy.This report demonstrates an economic feasibility assessment, by examining two examples of servitization for circularity in the apparel and fashion industry, and outlining potential business models, along with prospects for future research.

Herausgeber*in/Autor*in: The Swedisch School of Textiles, Science Park Boras, re:textile; Autor*in: Jonas Larsson, Ann Vellesalu, Rudrajeet Pal, Adrian Zethraeus, Jan Carlsson
Medienart: Hintergrundinformation
Erscheinungsjahr: 2019

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Remanufacturing is practiced only at a very small scale in the fashion industry, despite the increasing need for a development towards dematerialization, higher revalue addition, ways to generate a high profit margin, and at the same time create more employment. The report, based on three participatory action projects, aims to investigate how remanufacturing can be made feasible industrially, for sustainable competitiveness in the fashion industry, through detailed observation of a fairly large and successfully operating remanufacturing business.

Herausgeber*in/Autor*in: The Swedisch School of Textiles, Science Park Boras, re:textile; Autor*innen: Rudrajeet Pal, Jonas Larsson, Håkan Torstensson, Mirja Scott
Medienart: Hintergrundinformation
Erscheinungsjahr: 2019
Zielgruppe: Student*innen, Erwachsene, Dozent*innen
Sprache: Englisch
Umfang: 98 Seiten
Bezug: kostenfrei zum Download

Suchbegriffe: Altkleider, Europa, Lebenszyklus, Kreislaufwirtschaft, Nachhaltigkeit, Upcycling, Recycling, Secondhand, Wertschöpfungskette

 

 

In recent years the increased awareness of the need for conservation of resources and environmental sustainability has brought a focus on the potential for a circular economy in textiles and fashion. Commissioned by the Region of Västra Götaland, a number of investigations were carried out during 2015-2019, related to redesign, reuse and recycling of textile materials and products, at the Swedish School of Textiles and Science Park Borås.

Herausgeber*in/Autor*in: The Swedisch School of Textiles, Science Park Boras, re:textile; Autor*innen: Jan Carlsson, Alison Gwilt, Jonas Larsson , Heikki Mattila, Rudrajeet Pal, Håkan Torstensson. Anna Lidström
Medienart: Hintergrundinformation
Erscheinungsjahr: 2019

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In recent years the increased awareness of the need for conservation of resources and environmental sustainability has brought a focus on the potential for a circular economy in textiles and fashion. Commissioned by the Region of Västra Götaland, a number of investigations were carried out during 2015-2019, related to redesign, reuse and recycling of textile materials and products, at the Swedish School of Textiles and Science Park Borås.

The objectives of the reports, where feasibility is a keyword, is to develop structures for circular processes in the textile industry, in order to create new business opportunities and use less planetary resources. The focus is to design for longevity, through conditional design, redesign and remanufacturing and service innovation, and to ensure that the resulting circular processes are technically, organizationally, and economically feasible.

Herausgeber*in/Autor*in: The Swedisch School of Textiles, Science Park Boras, re:textile; Autor*innen: Jan Carlsson, Håkan Torstensson Rudrajeet Pal Manoj K. Paras
Medienart: Hintergrundinformation
Erscheinungsjahr: 2019

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