‘By failing to understand the drivers underpinning human consumption and waste of goods, sustainable design resigns itself to peripheral activity rather than the central pioneer of positive social change that it could potentially be.’

Jonathan Chapman20

‘Imagining a practice based on new paradigms brings huge potential for change. It breaks open… possibilities and points of leverage for implementing sustainability. This type of realization and the actions that are liberated through it are coming to be seen as ‘an economic, cultural and social renaissance’.

Rob Hopkins21

This book has brought together a set of ideas and innovation opportunities for the fashion sector that has its origins in sustainability thinking. The challenges ...

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