Copenhagen Fashion Week
On 11 May, ECAP partners MADE-BY and DAFI are hosting a private lunch session at the Copenhagen Fashion Summit. The summit is hosted by the Global Fashion Agenda and is an opportunity for the fashion sector’s decision makers to engage with NGOs, experts, and policy leaders, and to help make sustainability within the fashion industry a strategic priority.
DAFI will be presenting the first preview of its new online design platform, which enables designers and product development teams to influence an extended life of clothing. MADE-BY will talk about its work in transforming the fibre strategies of brands and retailers. If you are interested in attending, sign up here.
There is a webinar taking place on “Sustainable Public Procurement (SPP) and the Circular Economy”, organised by REBus with ECAP, and hosted by ICLEI– Local Governments for Sustainability on Monday 13 March at 2:30 – 4:00 p.m. GMT. Register for the webinar here.
The objectives of the webinar are to:
- Introduce the concept of Circular Procurement through best practice examples selected from the project REBus;
- Report on the work of the European Commission in this area and the priorities for the next years;
- Present activities of the 10YFP on SPP Working Group 4c “Promoting Resource Efficient Business Models and Circular Economy”;
- Report on the case studies in the textile sector by Barbara van Offenbeek of Rijkswaterstaat (project REBus and ECAP)
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WRAP and the project partners would like to thank the following people/organisations for enabling us to use their photographs on this website: Charity Fashion Live, Rachel Manns, Nagarjun Kandukuru, I-stock, Shutterstock and Pixabay.