Stella McCartney Study: Man made Cellulose Fiber from 10 Sources

Dec 5, 2017

Luxury designer Stella McCartney commissioned a Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) study comparing the environmental performance of ten different sources of manmade cellulose fiber (MMCF), including forests, eucalyptus plantations, bamboo, cotton-linters, flax fiber and recycled clothing. This is the first LCA to assess global MMCF sourcing scenarios, including terrestrial and freshwater ecosystems from specific forests of origin. The study was completed by SCS Global Services (SCS) in October 2017. This webinar discusses the LCA study which provides detailed information for brands, designers, and retailers to make more informed decisions about fiber sources.
*This webinar was originally recorded in November 2017.