World 211

In World 211, there is Cotton to Cloth concept at village/city level. Farmer will produce sustainable cotton by implementing sustainable standards. There should be only one production unit which raw material will be seed cotton and end product will be cloths. All the by-products like cotton seed cake, cotton oil and other should be use by farmers at village. This cotton to cloth production unit should produce all the require garments or cloths as per need of village and it should also produce some extra cloths where cotton growing is not possible.

From this idea we not only decrease the stakeholder numbers in cotton supply chain but also the we decrease the logistic which is not ecofriendly in current supply chain. From this, whatever garment produce at village will send to location where cotton production is not possible. The resources are limited in our earth so there will be limitation for using cloths per person in this world. I will also make sure people there will reuse of cloths. There will be no brand for cloths in this world.

What if …

there was a cotton to cloth system at village level?

Issue targeted:

no ecofriendly logistic in current supply chain, so many numbers of stakeholders involved in supply chain which quite hard to maintain tracebility and monitoring system


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This World was contributed by Bhagwat Kalurkar (located in Nanded, Maharashtra, India) using a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International licence which allows others to share and adapt the work in any medium and for any purpose, providing that they credit the author and share their material using the same Creative Commons licence.

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