ICAC : Cotton and climate change

Cotton and climate change

(Source: ICAC)
(Source: ICAC)

Today, World Cotton Day is a day to celebrate the global importance of cotton. Cotton has a number of unique characteristics that make it a valuable ally in the fight against climate change. The video below explains why cotton has a negative carbon footprint and what we have to do in the future to protect cotton from climate change so it can keep protecting us.

ICAC: Cotton and Climate Change

Cotton is one of the most important fibers for the textile and apparel industry and in the 2020/21 season the global cotton consumption reaches about 25.5 million tons according to figures from the International Cotton Advisory Committee (ICAC), Washington, DC/USA.

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