Must Read: What the SCOTUS EPA Ruling Means for Clean Fashion, Tracking the Decline of Ties
Plus, Giambattista Valli reflects on a decade of haute couture.
How 'Atmos' Editor-in-Chief Willow Defebaugh Is Building a New Bridge Between Fashion and Climate
"I'm rooting for the fashion industry," shares the editor-in-chief of the climate and culture magazine, "because inherent in its purpose is also its capacity to change."
What Role Will Our Clothes Play in Adapting to a Warming Planet?
Severe heat events are up to seven times more likely to occur between now and 2050. Textile engineers are doing something about it.
Must Read: a First Look at the Costume Institute's 2021 Exhibition; Chanel to Present Cruise in Dubai
Plus, fashion industry takeaways from the UN Climate Report.
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Most Fashion Brands Don't Know Enough About Their Carbon Footprints to Actually Shrink Them
Environmental scientist Linda Greer discusses two new reports on the subject and what it would take for fashion to truly go green.
Is Your Greta Thunberg T-Shirt Contributing to Climate Change?
The teen climate activist is a powerful figure to rally behind — but it's worth thinking twice before buying merch with her face on it.
Fibershed Offers an Alternative Vision for the Future of the Fashion Industry
For those more interested in preserving life on Earth than in setting up camp in a new corner of the galaxy.
Must Read: Colette's Sarah Andelman on Winning at Retail, Extinction Rebellion Targets the Fashion Industry
Plus, Net-A-Porter invests in sneakers.
Sheep Inc. Intends to Be the World's First 'Carbon Negative' Fashion Brand
Can this new label up the ante on carbon neutral fashion?
Fashion Brands Are Claiming to Be 'Carbon Neutral' — But Is It Greenwashing?
We talked to scientists, environmentalists and brands about the controversial approach to sustainability that labels like Gucci, Everlane and Reformation are investing in.
Despite Much Fanfare, Nike's New 'Move to Zero' Sustainability Campaign Falls Short
If you're looking for a climate commitment that'll knock your athletic socks off, look elsewhere.
Gucci Announces That It Is Now 'Entirely Carbon Neutral'
The luxury brand is using a combination of reduction and offsetting to bring its net emissions to zero, it claims.