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Along with reducing the sheer number of clothes we buy, we can make other behavioral changes to reduce our fashion footprint. Buying used clothes can be helpful, but only if you buy the item instead of the new one. “In most cases, secondhand is used to further overconsume,” says Coscieme. “When you buy second-hand clothing, you still have to bear all the effects associated with consumption; it’s still considered clothing that you have to wash and eventually throw away. On that point, washing your clothes at 30 degrees Celsius and skipping one out of every three can reduce your carbon footprint, while wearing your clothes longer is the second best thing you can do, after not buying anything new. According to waste charity WRAP, extending the average life of clothing by nine months can reduce carbon emissions by about 25%. Making sure you dispose of your clothes properly so they don’t end up in landfills (by selling them, for example) can also help reduce your carbon footprint.
The researchers found that a “just-fit” wardrobe consisted of a total of 74 suits and 20 outfits. For example, they suggested six outfits for work, three for home, three for sports, two for festivals, plus four for outdoor jackets and trousers. or skirt. “It was a very generous allocation that we included in our estimate,” explains Akenji. An average French wardrobe in the 1960s consisted of about 40 items, although time has passed since then. Interestingly, the report’s authors suggest that if both brands and consumers act differently, we could actually go back to 2010 levels in the UK and still stay within a carbon budget. of fashion for the 1.5-degree Celsius route. Coscieme commented: “We’re not really talking about going back to the Middle Ages. “When we [talk about] these big sales, it doesn’t mean you have to [make up with] a t-shirt or two or whatever—it’s much more doable.”
Luca Coscieme, director of the Hot Or Cool Institute’s research program and one of the report’s lead authors, told Vogue: “Now, fashion consumption [in a way] is really real. It’s normal to go overboard and over-scale what we need. Lewis Akenji, the institute’s executive director and report lead: “We’re consuming more and more fashion at a cheaper price and with a shorter shelf life—and that doesn’t matter. affect the climate”. author, added. Perhaps unsurprisingly, it is shoppers in wealthier countries who are consuming more of their fashion market share. The report shows that Australia, Japan, the US and the UK have the highest per capita carbon emissions when it comes to fashion consumption. Among the G20 countries, India, Brazil, China, Turkey and Indonesia have the lowest per capita carbon emissions. In fact, these countries are currently failing to meet their “carbon budgets” – emissions per capita would still fit within the 1.5°C limit, if fashion consumption were split evenly. “Fashion shows how unequal society can be – not only in terms of economic inequality, but also in its contribution to per capita greenhouse gas emissions,” says Akenji.
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- Soft material feels great on your skin and very light
- Features pronounced sleeve cuffs, prominent waistband hem and kangaroo pocket fringes
- Taped neck and shoulders for comfort and style
- Print: Dye-sublimation printing, colors won’t fade or peel
- Wash Care: Recommendation Wash it by hand in below 30-degree water, hang to dry in shade, prohibit bleaching, Low Iron if Necessary
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