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Current trends in fashion consumption, in particular fast fashion, cannot be maintained if we aim to achieve a fair and just transition to climate neutrality.
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Current trends in fashion consumption, in particular fast fashion, cannot be maintained if we aim to achieve a fair and just transition to climate neutrality.
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REPORT LAUNCH: Unfit, Unfair, Unfashionable | resizing fashion for a fair consumption space

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