‘Go Green’: Indian Fashion gets a sustainable look with these natural fibers


Team Udayavani

UN Environment estimates the fashion industry produces 20 percent of the global wastewater and 10 percent of global carbon emissions. On average, consumers throw away 60 percent of their clothes in the first year. In 2020 an estimated 18.6 million tonnes of clothing will end up in a landfill.

However, the future of fashion is changing with new designers either recycling old materials or using plant-based fibers.


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