In an open letter from Make The Label Count, it was made evident that the EU needs to do more about the environmental impact of the textile industry.
IWTO’s upcoming round table event, to be hosted in Nuremberg, Germany on 1-2 December, will focus on the German wool industry and market. Learn more here.
During October 2022, the global textile industry celebrated Wool month, an initiative of the Campaign for Wool. Learn more about its highlights and aims here.
The IWTO will host the second part of its Congress from 24-25 October in Puyuan-Tongxiang, China. Here’s what you need to know about this historic occasion.
Wool is a biodegradable and reusable fibre. For years, it has been effectively recycled and upcycled, yielding environmental benefits.
To reduce the use of fossil fuels, you should also stop wearing synthetic fibres. Read about an educational program designed to raise awareness.
In July, the first ever Annual Report of the Sheep Sustainability Framework was released. Read on to find out what it revealed and why it is important.
The three summer textile trade fairs provided some food for thought for the industry as a whole and for the wool sector in particular. Read this blog for the key takeaways.
Do sheep hold the key to saving our planet? According to biologist Allan Savory, the answer is “yes.” Read more about the relationship here.
What is involved with the running of a wool farm, and what are the economic factors involved? Read this short guide to get an idea on wool farming.