The countdown to COP21 has officially started. Make it last highlights some major players involved.
With less than a month left until United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris, COP 21, takes place in Paris, Make it last emphasizes some important initiatives taken within the fashion industry to lessen its environmental impact.
In the beginning of the summer, the Business Climate Summit took place, a precursor to the actual COP 21. Amongst many others represented was Nike, presenting their development of the Nike MAKING app, which now also involves CO2 information about the design process. Nike MAKING is a tool for designers who aspire to become more sustainable in their work, with an extensive body of information about different materials and its environmental impacts. The app in itself was actually launched two years ago, but have now been developed and become more detailed, considering most of the sustainable aspects that a designer might (should) think about in their design process. Read more about it here.
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