The environmental price of fast fashion

@article{Niinimki2020TheEP,
  title={The environmental price of fast fashion},
  author={Kirsi Niinim{\"a}ki and Greg Peters and Helena Dahlbo and Patsy Perry and Timo Rissanen and Alison Gwilt},
  journal={Nature Reviews Earth \& Environment},
  year={2020},
  volume={1},
  pages={189 - 200}
}
The fashion industry is facing increasing global scrutiny of its environmentally polluting supply chain operations. Despite the widely publicized environmental impacts, however, the industry continues to grow, in part due to the rise of fast fashion, which relies on cheap manufacturing, frequent consumption and short-lived garment use. In this Review, we identify the environmental impacts at critical points in the textile and fashion value chain, from production to consumption, focusing on… 
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