Although we often think of fashion as a frivolous affair, carefully choosing what we wear could make a big difference to tackling the climate crisis and other environmental problems. Clothing and textiles account for 12% of global greenhouse emissions and is the world’s second largest industrial polluter. At this event Julie Kervadec, former fashion buyer and Alana Sinclair of Cambridge Carbon Footprint will guide you through the science of fashion and the environment, share cutting edge case studies, and explore sustainable solutions to help green your own wardrobe.
Free, booking essential.
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm Wednesday 13th Mar 2019
St Paul's Church Hills Road Cambridge CB2 1JP
This event is fully booked.