The handbook ”Sustainable cotton on the shelves” is a hands-on manual that is meant to help mainstream retailers to decide on, to source and to market sustainable cotton.
Through concrete questions and straightforward answers, the handbook provides an overview of issues and trends in the production and marketing of sustainable cotton. The handbook ”Sustainable cotton on the shelves” is the outcome of a project run in the Netherlands by the retailers HEMA and de Bijenkorf, the Dutch association for large textile retailers (VGT), the NGOs Oxfam Novib and WWF, and the consultancy CREM.
|Author:||Pascale Guillou, CREM|
|Category:||Environmental & social aspects, Trade & Markets, Fair Trade, Farming Aspects, Control & Certification, Value chain|
|Submitted by:||Guillou pascale|
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"Forstering the Uptake of Organic Cotton in the Market" held in October 2016 (summary in the library)