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"Life Cycle Assesment" for textiles

 
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I liked this list even though I rarely if ever buy new clothes......from the FIT TEXTILE/SURFACE DESIGN SITE
I am always happy to hear more awareness in mainstream industries.

Deb Johnson's last slide after her lecture on Life Cycle Assessment at FIT's Summer Institute: Sustainability in Fashion & Textiles
http://fitnyc.edu/21994.asp

...I think the word behind someone's head is "make".




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