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.

This report:

  • Links changes in fashion lifestyles to measurable impacts on climate change, in line with the 1.5-degree target of the Paris Agreement
  • Analyses fashion lifestyle carbon footprints in G20 countries
  • Establishes an equity-based footprint target for per capita fashion consumption for 2030
  • Reveals the extent of inequalities in carbon emission and levels of fashion consumption, by analysing the carbon footprints of different income groups within the G20 countries
  • Extends the concept of a fair consumption space to fashion, discussing fashion sufficiency and making quantitative estimates within the available carbon budget for G20 countries

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