Textile Exchange 2011 Farm & Fiber Report Released

The 2011 Farm & Fiber Report covers the significant decline in organic cotton fiber production, the reasons behind it, and the need for industry action. For the first time, we’ve also covered other sustainable cotton initiatives including Better Cotton Initiative (BCI, Fairtrade, Cotton made in Africa (CmiA), and customized cleaner cotton programs with notes from ICAC and Cotton Inc.).
The full report is available to members of Textile Exchange at no cost, for non-members, it may be purchased for $400 USD. The 27-page Executive Summary, also available at no charge to TE Members, may be purchased by non-members for $50 USD. Follow the link for more information.
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Source: The Farm Engagement Team at Textile Exchange (Thursday, April 19, 2012)
Thursday, April 19, 2012
Submitted by Ashley Gill


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