World 212 was separated from our world because of the real fact that people didn’t like the idea of sustainable fabric for fashion because they were ill-informed and hated the so called “backward fashion”. To tackle this problem, we source all our Fibres from Reliable Places to Ensure Fabric Sustainability. Our Natural Textiles – A Variety of Silks, Cotton and Khadi.
For continuing sustainability, a Strict policy on procurement of raw material for fabric will be placed to track the supply chain mechanism and the scheme for providing funding unsupported sustainable fashion designers and activist should be supported on a large scale. So that people will also get influenced to buy sustainable fashion clothing leading to replacement of unsustainability.
What if …
fabric like Khadi that can be used in summer and as well as in winter season limits the choice?
Increased Costs: The upfront costs of setting up a sustainable supply chain network can be very high for smaller companies. Such costs also impact the price of the product
The fact that limiting the choice of buying garments will help to reduce the CO2 emission and recycling
This World was contributed by Vijay G. Barapatre (located in Nagpur, 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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