How fast fashion adds to the world’s clothing waste problem (Marketplace)
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Fast fashion is a major contributor to the world’s clothing waste problem. Many of us give our old clothes to charity or drop them in a store takeback bin, but you might be surprised to learn most of it is sold and can end up in the landfill.
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Fast Fashion Explained In 6 Minutes
We’ve talked previously about some of the negative impacts of fast fashion trends, and have shared alternatives for shopping more sustainably. Today, we’re digging deeper: we’ll get into where fast fashion came from, what it has become (hint: it’s not good for us or the Earth) and how we can all be more mindful consumers.
I understand the thrill of buying affordable, trendy clothing: In the past, particularly when I was younger, I often shopped at fast fashion venues like Gap, H\u0026M and Zara.
And I wasn’t alone: These billiondollar retailers have stores in countries across the globe. They’ve become fixtures in shopping malls and take over entire blocks in large cities.
These retailers respond to trends as quickly and costeffectively as possible to sell en masse. They often reflect what’s fresh and new in fashion but at super low prices, making them vastly appealing stores for many consumers.
But beneath those trendy colors and patterns is a dark, shady underbelly we don’t often hear about. From its roots in the fastmoving swirl of 1960s fashions to its modernday existence in sweatshops across developing countries, fast fashion was never an industry concerned with ethics. In order to achieve wide profit margins, these retailers cut corners, often at the expense of people and the environment.
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Is fast fashion destroying our environment?
In this Our Changing Climate environmental video essay, I look at the environmental impact of fast fashion. Specifically, I look at how fast fashion impacts climate change through the production process of polyester and postconsumption through waste. As a result, stores like H\u0026M, Uniqlo, and Zara have huge carbon footprints and negatively affect the environment.
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1. If your clothes aren’t already made out of plastic, they will be (Quartz): https://qz.com/414223/ifyourclothesarentalreadymadeoutofplastictheywillbe/
2. How H\u0026M Churns Out New Styles In Just 2 Weeks (Business Insider): https://www.businessinsider.com/hmproducesnewfashionsintwoweeks20149
3. Inside the lonely fight against the biggest environmental problem you’ve never heard (The Guardian): ofhttps://www.theguardian.com/sustainablebusiness/2014/oct/27/toxicplasticsyntheticmicroscopicoceansmicrobeadsmicrofibersfoodchain
4. Here’s How Much It Actually Costs to Make Your Shirt (Racked): https://www.racked.com/2017/1/6/14157836/elizabethsuzannmoneytalk
5. Your next item of clothing should be so expensive it hurts (Quartz): https://qz.com/507904/yournextitemofclothingshouldbesoexpensiveithurts/
6. The High Cost of Our Cheap Fashion (TEDx): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5r8V4QWwxf0
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Is it the end of “Fast Fashion”? Topshop \u0026 Forever 21 are bankrupt ǀ Justine Leconte
Forever21 \u0026 Topshop are bankrupt: is it the end of the Fast Fashion era as we know it? What happened to them and is Primark doing any better? Is the demand leaning towards more ethical and sustainable clothing consumption.
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