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The Resource Textiles and clothing sustainability : implications in textiles and fashion, Subramanian Senthilkannan Muthu, editor

Textiles and clothing sustainability : implications in textiles and fashion, Subramanian Senthilkannan Muthu, editor

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Textiles and clothing sustainability : implications in textiles and fashion
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Textiles and clothing sustainability
Title remainder
implications in textiles and fashion
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Subramanian Senthilkannan Muthu, editor
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eng
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Muthu, Subramanian Senthilkannan
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Textile science and clothing technology
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  • Textile fabrics
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Textiles and clothing sustainability : implications in textiles and fashion, Subramanian Senthilkannan Muthu, editor
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Contents
  • 1 Will Clothing Be Sustainable? Clarifying Sustainable Fashion; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Systemic Challenges for Sustainable Fashion; 1.2 The Idea of Sustainability Assessment; 1.3 Cyclonomy or Bust? Possible Ways Ahead; 1.4 Multidisciplinary Problem Solving; 2 Environmental and Social Impacts, from Garment Level to Industry Sector Level; 2.1 Life Cycle Assessment, from Garment Level to Industry Sector Level Environmental Performance; 2.1.1 Selected Garments and Their Life Cycle Models; 2.1.2 Scaling up to Swedish National Clothing Consumption; 2.1.3 Results
  • 2.2 Social Impact Assessment of the Swedish Clothing Industry Sector2.2.1 Results; 2.3 Use Phase Assumptions and National Statistics; 2.4 Generality and Representativeness for Other Contexts; 2.4.1 Amounts of Garments Consumed Per Capita; 2.4.2 The Electricity Mix Used for Washing and Drying Garments in the Use Phase; 2.4.3 The Washing Habits of the Consumers; 2.4.4 Consumer Transports; 2.4.5 Summary of Scenario Parameters; 2.4.6 Results from the Scenarios; 3 Defining Sustainable Clothing from the Perspective of a Safe and just Operating Space; 3.1 Sustaining Ecosystem Functioning
  • 3.2 Fulfilling Human Needs in an Equitable Way3.2.1 The Clothing Sector's Contribution to Human Needs; 3.3 Sustainability Targets in the Fashion Industry; 3.3.1 Targets for Environmental Sustainability; 3.3.2 Targets for Social Sustainability; 4 Evaluation of Interventions; 4.1 Interventions for Environmental Impact Reduction; 4.2 Climate Change Reduction of Selected Interventions; 4.3 Interventions for Social Impact Reduction and Their Effect; 5 Discussion; 5.1 Growing Use of LCA in the Clothing Sector; 5.2 LCA as an Quantitative Approach to Textile Sustainability
  • 5.3 LCA on Industrial Sector Level5.4 Concluding Remarks; Appendix; References; 2 Sustainability in the Textile and Fashion Industries: Animal Ethics and Welfare; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Methodology; 3 Sustainability and Animal Ethics and Welfare in the Textile and Fashion Industries; 3.1 The UN Global Compact; 3.1.1 Code of Conduct and Manual for the Fashion and Textile Industry: The First "Sectorial" Initiative of the Global Compact; 4 Code of Conduct and Manual for the Textile and Fashion Industry's Principle 11: Animal Ethics and Welfare
  • 5 Sustainability with Cruelty to Animals? The Case of Ovis 21 (Argentina)5.1 Ovis 21: The Company; 5.2 Two Key Organizations Within the Work Framework of Ovis 21; 5.3 Ovis 21 and the Animal Ethics and Welfare: An Episode; 5.4 The Decision of Various Important Clients; 5.5 The Ovis 21 Statement; 5.6 The Standing of the Two Key Organizations After the Episode; 6 Sustainability and Animal Ethics and Welfare: Analysis and Conclusions; References
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Textiles and clothing sustainability : implications in textiles and fashion, Subramanian Senthilkannan Muthu, editor
Publication
Copyright
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1 Will Clothing Be Sustainable? Clarifying Sustainable Fashion; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Systemic Challenges for Sustainable Fashion; 1.2 The Idea of Sustainability Assessment; 1.3 Cyclonomy or Bust? Possible Ways Ahead; 1.4 Multidisciplinary Problem Solving; 2 Environmental and Social Impacts, from Garment Level to Industry Sector Level; 2.1 Life Cycle Assessment, from Garment Level to Industry Sector Level Environmental Performance; 2.1.1 Selected Garments and Their Life Cycle Models; 2.1.2 Scaling up to Swedish National Clothing Consumption; 2.1.3 Results
  • 2.2 Social Impact Assessment of the Swedish Clothing Industry Sector2.2.1 Results; 2.3 Use Phase Assumptions and National Statistics; 2.4 Generality and Representativeness for Other Contexts; 2.4.1 Amounts of Garments Consumed Per Capita; 2.4.2 The Electricity Mix Used for Washing and Drying Garments in the Use Phase; 2.4.3 The Washing Habits of the Consumers; 2.4.4 Consumer Transports; 2.4.5 Summary of Scenario Parameters; 2.4.6 Results from the Scenarios; 3 Defining Sustainable Clothing from the Perspective of a Safe and just Operating Space; 3.1 Sustaining Ecosystem Functioning
  • 3.2 Fulfilling Human Needs in an Equitable Way3.2.1 The Clothing Sector's Contribution to Human Needs; 3.3 Sustainability Targets in the Fashion Industry; 3.3.1 Targets for Environmental Sustainability; 3.3.2 Targets for Social Sustainability; 4 Evaluation of Interventions; 4.1 Interventions for Environmental Impact Reduction; 4.2 Climate Change Reduction of Selected Interventions; 4.3 Interventions for Social Impact Reduction and Their Effect; 5 Discussion; 5.1 Growing Use of LCA in the Clothing Sector; 5.2 LCA as an Quantitative Approach to Textile Sustainability
  • 5.3 LCA on Industrial Sector Level5.4 Concluding Remarks; Appendix; References; 2 Sustainability in the Textile and Fashion Industries: Animal Ethics and Welfare; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Methodology; 3 Sustainability and Animal Ethics and Welfare in the Textile and Fashion Industries; 3.1 The UN Global Compact; 3.1.1 Code of Conduct and Manual for the Fashion and Textile Industry: The First "Sectorial" Initiative of the Global Compact; 4 Code of Conduct and Manual for the Textile and Fashion Industry's Principle 11: Animal Ethics and Welfare
  • 5 Sustainability with Cruelty to Animals? The Case of Ovis 21 (Argentina)5.1 Ovis 21: The Company; 5.2 Two Key Organizations Within the Work Framework of Ovis 21; 5.3 Ovis 21 and the Animal Ethics and Welfare: An Episode; 5.4 The Decision of Various Important Clients; 5.5 The Ovis 21 Statement; 5.6 The Standing of the Two Key Organizations After the Episode; 6 Sustainability and Animal Ethics and Welfare: Analysis and Conclusions; References
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9789811021817
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