Resources

We’ve made it easy for you to brush up on the need for responsible viscose by compiling our latest reports on the issue, here.

Dirty Fashion: Spotlight on China
This report shines a spotlight on a new sustainability initiative from ten of China’s leading viscose manufacturers – the Chinese Collaborat...
This report shines a spotlight on a new sustainability initiative from ten of China’s leading viscose manufacturers – the Chinese Collaboration for Sustainable Development of Viscose (CV), and explains why they need to adopt a more ambitious approach to responsible viscose production.
Dirty Fashion: on track for transformation
One year on from the launch of our Dirty Fashion campaign, Dirty Fashion: on track for transformation assesses the progress made to date by ...
One year on from the launch of our Dirty Fashion campaign, Dirty Fashion: on track for transformation assesses the progress made to date by global apparel companies and viscose manufacturers in the transition towards responsibly produced viscose.
Roadmap towards responsible viscose & modal fibre manufacturing
This roadmap outlines key principles and guidelines for cleaning up the manufacturing of viscose and modal, and was developed to provide gui...
This roadmap outlines key principles and guidelines for cleaning up the manufacturing of viscose and modal, and was developed to provide guidance to brands and retailers to move to closed-loop production.
The false promise of certification: How certification is hindering sustainability in the textiles, palm oil and fisheries industries
This report investigated voluntary initiatives in three sectors where growing consumption and unsustainable sourcing have caused serious env...
This report investigated voluntary initiatives in three sectors where growing consumption and unsustainable sourcing have caused serious environmental problems: palm oil, fisheries and textiles. It shows that, rather than being an accelerator for positive change, the certification has lost its way.
Dirty Fashion revisited: spotlight on a polluting viscose giant
Following on from the launch of Dirty Fashion in June 2017, this report presents an update on the environmental and human health impacts rel...
Following on from the launch of Dirty Fashion in June 2017, this report presents an update on the environmental and human health impacts related to pollution at two factories owned by the world’s largest viscose producer, Aditya Birla Group.
Dirty fashion
This report shines a spotlight on the environmental and human health impacts caused by the rapidly expanding viscose industry. It presents d...
This report shines a spotlight on the environmental and human health impacts caused by the rapidly expanding viscose industry. It presents devastating impacts of irresponsible viscose production from three viscose producing countries in Asia and establishes direct links between major brands and the polluting factories investigated.
Sustainable fashion survey
We commissioned an opinion poll together with the Clean Clothes Campaign looking at public perceptions on environmental and labour issues wi...
We commissioned an opinion poll together with the Clean Clothes Campaign looking at public perceptions on environmental and labour issues within the fashion industry. The survey conducted by Ipsos MORI included 7,701 interviews carried out in 7 countries: the US, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain and the UK.

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Brand categorisation

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Resources

We’ve made it easy for you to brush up on the need for responsible viscose by compiling our latest reports on the issue, here.

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