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Climate Action Through Eco-Friendly Textiles

Climate Action Through Eco-Friendly Textiles [electronic resource] / edited by Sadhna, Rajesh Kumar, S. Greeshma.
1st ed. 2024.
Singapore : Springer Nature Singapore : Imprint: Springer, 2024.
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1 online resource (XVI, 215 p.) 45 illus., 32 illus. in color.
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This book covers the latest developments in sustainable textiles and how they can help mitigate the fashion industry's environmental impact. It focuses on innovative textile production approaches by prioritizing eco-friendly materials, responsible sourcing, ethical manufacturing practices, using cutting-edge technology to create textiles that are not only sustainable but also high-performing and durable. This book further explores the wide range of possibilities for reducing the fashion industry's environmental impact, from natural dyeing techniques to biodegradable fibers. This book will be of interest to students, researchers, fashion industry professionals, environmentalists and anyone who is interested in learning more about sustainable fashion.
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SDGs and Textiles,
SDGs and Textiles,
Chapter 1: Introduction To Climate Action, Waste Management, And Eco Textiles
Chapter 2: Impact Of The Textile Industry On Global Climate Change
Chapter 3: Eco Textiles - An Overview
Chapter 4: Role Of New-Gen Textile Fibers In Reducing The Environmental Impact Of Textiles
Chapter 5: Role of Chemicals in Textile Processing and Its Alternatives
Chapter 6: Water Consumption and Microfibers: The Biggest Threat
Chapter 7: Eco-Friendly Dyeing Approach: Natural Dyeing - A Need of The Hour
Chapter 8: Optimized Resource Consumption
Chapter 9: Importance of Market Segmentation and Applications of Oekotech
Chapter 10: Implementation and Environment Protection Through ISWM (Integrated Solid waste Management) in Textiles
Chapter 11: Role of Governments and Consumers
Chapter 12: Eco Textiles: The Present and The Future
Chapter 13: The Conclusion: Overview of The Importance of Eco Textiles and The Commitment to be Made to Have A Sustainable Environment.
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