Sustainable textile systems: Co-creating resource-wise business for Finland in global textile networks
We need a sustainability revolution
in how we make, use and dispose of textiles.
FINIX AIMS AT BREAKTHROUGHS ACROSS SECTORS
Core research areas are New sustainable materials, Digital innovations,
New design strategies, Circular economy management and Sustainability impacts.
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Prototypes of the future 2030
Shades of Green - instrument
Kuituus -poistotekstiilistä tuotteeksi
7.11.2023 klo 17-18:30
Ilmoittaudu mukaan Teams-kokoukseen. Finix mukana järjestämässä.
Time: 28th September, 13.15-15.30 EET (12.15-14.30 CET)
In this webinar, we will explore the current situation and an outlook for the future: What are the biggest challenges and opportunities for textiles and circular practices? The webinar is moderated by Professor Kirsi Niinimäki.
What is Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) in the textile industry?
A Digital Product Passport is a system used to store and share relevant information throughout a product’s lifecycle.
GOTS, BCI or Fairtrade cotton? How about products with recycled content or those that are marketed as “eco friendly” or ethical? The textile industry contains a variety of guidance – third-party validated ecolabels and free form communication – directing customers towards alternatives, which are regarded as more sustainable.
A new report by Kirsti Cura, Sheenam Jain and Kirsi Niinimäki is now out.
Finix works in interaction with people, businesses, NGOs and public sector.
Finix aims at broadening stakeholders’ minds into thinking holistically about the entire life cycle of textiles and changing the way we value textiles.
of global freshwater annually
global industrial CO2 emissions
global pesticide use
global industrial wastewater emissions
of ocean-bound microplastics
Interested in joining the revolution?