Fashion Fabrics Made From Wood Are Set To Double In Volume: What Does This Mean For Forests And Emissions?

Enviro & Legislation

In the fast-growing next-gen materials market, cellulose fibers extracted from wood, old textiles, and even bacteria are performing akin to cotton, silk, and polyester. This offers an exciting opportunity to alleviate environmental problems caused by incumbent fibers, and at the core of this movement are man-made cellulosic fibers (MMCFs). MMCFs include viscose, lyocell, modal, and…

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