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Enfield Climate Action Forum members are looking to set up an 'Eco Fashion' working group to research ways of reducing the impact of the clothes we buy on climate change and other environmental issues. To find out more you can join a webinar (online meeting) at 7pm on Wednesday 20th March.

The video clip above is an extract from EnCAF's February meeting, held online, in which EnCAF member Yasemin Brett highlights some of the issues around clothing and the environment.

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An Eco Fashion Group

Some members of Encaf would like to start an eco-fashion group to encourage sustainability in the fashion industry and in our use of fashion. We will be running a webinar for those interested in this on Wednesday, March 20th at 7.00 pm. You can register for this below.

The fashion industry is responsible for 8-10% of global emissions - and British shoppers buy more clothes than any others in Europe.

Now, some UK brands are being investigated over claims about the sustainability of their fashion lines.

What can you do to reduce your wardrobe's impact on the planet?

Register to join the webinar


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