ECAP had 8 action areas, each managed by partners from various organisations. For details of the action areas go here.
Participants of ECAP worked directly with the project partners in one or more of ECAP’s eight action areas, to help meet the project’s targets. This included:
• Being involved in pilots and trials (i.e. fibre to fibre) and reporting on findings.
• Creating sustainable fibre strategies and action plans, and measuring and reporting on progress.
• Using Love Your Clothes (Europe) campaign materials and messages to drive change and reporting on findings.
As well as working towards achieving environmental savings, participants got access to advice, training and tools, and the support of a European network of like-minded organisations.
Supporters are individuals or organisations that publicly support the ECAP project, to help it achieve its aim of building a circular approach to fashion across Europe. They do this by raising the project’s profile, or enabling and supporting project activity. In turn, ECAP helps promote the mission and values of these organisations, through collaboration on relevant projects.