In the context of promoting a low-carbon economy and advocating clean production, the textile and apparel industry has a responsibility to reduce carbon emissions. Carbon neutrality in the textile industry has garnered widespread attention in today's society, and low-carbon transformation and technological development have become key focal points. However, the complexity of the textile supply chain has resulted in only a few companies in the global fashion industry disclosing their carbon footprint and supply chain emissions. Promoting low-carbon transformation is inevitable and requires active measures at every stage of the entire industry chain, not only for retail companies to achieve carbon neutrality in their end products. By introducing new technological advancements and promoting clean production, improving energy efficiency, the textile industry can reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions, gradually working towards carbon neutrality goals. At the same time, strengthening supply chain collaboration and transparency, and promoting carbon footprint disclosure are also crucial for driving the sustainable development of the entire industry chain.
Based on the background of carbon neutrality, this summit will focus on how the textile industry can promote the dual carbon policy. We invite relevant policy regulatory departments, brands, retailers, textile manufacturers, material suppliers, non-governmental organizations, consulting firms, and sustainable solution enterprises to share and exchange practical methods.
Director of Sustainability
Professor, Beijing Institute of Fashion Director
Chief Sustainability Officer
Sourcing Manager & Sustainability Leader
Senior Regional Manager
Social Responsibility Audit Manager
Martin Stenfors, COO
China Country Manager
Global Manager, Program Development
Head of Operation