VIDEO: Lucy Siegle asks Arizona supermodel and campaigner Muse, Daniella Vega of Selfridges, Robin Millington of Planet Tracker, and Wendy Rattray of Hello Halo Productions about how to green the fashion industry
Fashion is a very influential industry where trends are constantly changing, but one of the trends that this sector is struggling to get rid of is the so-called ‘fast fashion’.
Indeed, the shift in recent decades towards cheaper garments that use environmentally damaging materials, chemicals and production processes combined with single-use consumerism has been detrimental to human health, nature and the climate, and there is growing recognition in an industry that is very it needed. move to a more sustainable footing. Fortunately, there are some signs that increasing awareness of the climate and environmental impacts of garments can help change consumer attitudes, but there is still a long way to go without too much time to get there.
So, to discuss the role of complex modes in net zero transition in BusinessGreenRecent Net Zero Festival, journalist and broadcaster Lucy Siegle joins some of the leading experts in her field: Arizona Muse’s supermodel and environmental campaigner, Selfridges sustainability director Daniella Vega, Planet Tracker CEO Robin Millington, and Hello Halo Productions’ executive producer and director executive Wendy Rattray.
The full conversation can be seen above.
All of the debate panels, keynote speeches and presentations of the world’s first Net Zero Festival – which runs for three days from September 30th featuring hundreds of top speakers from business, politics and academia – are is now available to watch again upon request through Net Zero Festival website.