Textile Exchange Webinar: Creating lasting value for forests with sustainable manmade cellulosic fibres

Textile Exchange Webinar: Creating lasting value for forests with sustainable manmade cellulosic fibres

Fashion event

Join the Textile Exchange Webinar, co-hosted with PEFC, and explore how sustainable forest management and responsible sourcing of manmade cellulosic fibres (MMCF) creates lasting value for the world’s forests.

Join us to learn more about how PEFC certification supports the fashion sector’s drive to sustainability, enables the responsible sourcing of wood fibre, and how together, we can protect forests around the world.

Taking place virtually on 20 January at 16:00 CET (9:00 CDT/10:00 EST), this webinar will provide an insight into sustainable forest management, the scope of PEFC and an introduction to our standards. There will be opportunity for questions as well.  

The webinar is free to attend – register now!

Who should attend?

This webinar will be of particular interest to apparel brands, retailers and suppliers interested in finding out more about the sustainability credentials of using MMCF sourced from certified, sustainably managed forests. 

Fashion brands and retailers have a huge opportunity to help champion and support the sustainable management of the world’s forests, bringing benefits to you, our forests and the world. Join our webinar to find out how you make the most of this opportunity!

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Sustainable forest fibres

Natural and renewable forest fibres have the potential to make the fashion industry more sustainable. But the origin of these fibres is critical and must be proven. This is where PEFC and sustainable forest management comes in, protecting our forests and the people that depend on them, while providing us with the materials needed to create our clothes.

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Dates

20 January 2021

16:00 - 16:45 (UTC+1)

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PEFC contact

Julia Kozlik

Marketing Officer

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