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Palm, C., Cornell, S.E. and Häyhä, T., 2021. Making Resilient Decisions for Sustainable Circularity of Fashion. Circular Economy and Sustainability, pp.1-20.
The fashion and textiles industry, and policymakers at all levels, are showing an increased interest in the concept of circular economy as a way to decrease business risks and negative environmental impacts. However, focus is placed mainly on the material ‘stuff’ of textile fashion and its biophysical harms. The current material focus has several shortcomings, because fashion is a social-ecological system and cannot be underst...
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Cornell, S., Häyhä, T., and Palm, C. 2021. A sustainable and resilient circular textiles and fashion industry:towards a circular economy that respects and responds to planetary priorities. A Research Report by Stockholm University’s Stockholm Resilience Centre for the Ellen MacArthur Foundation and H&M Group.
This report links circular economy principles with the planetary boundaries framework, helping to set business decision making within its globally interconnected social and environmental context. It describes how the planetary boundaries can be translated to baselines of global responsibility for resource use and negative externalities. It outlines the planetary priorities for setting science based targets at the necessary le...
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Hileman J, Kallstenius I, Häyhä T, Palm C, Cornell S. 2020. Keystone actors do not act alone: A business ecosystem perspective on sustainability in the global clothing industry. PLoS ONE 15(10): e0241453. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0241453
Global industries are typically dominated by a few disproportionately large and influential transnational corporations, or keystone actors. While concentration of economic production is not a new phenomenon, in an increasingly interconnected and globalized world, the scale of the impacts of keystone actors on diverse social-ecological systems continues to grow. In this article, we investigate how keystone actors in the global ...
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