Fashion 41.3

Published: June 2015

A\J’S FASHION ISSUE explores how the low prices and über-trendiness of "fast fashion" come at the expense of both people and the environment – and offers a number of ways you can reduce your fashion footprint.

Highlights:

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Online exclusive
With local fibres, dyes and labour, the Fibreshed movement is bringing a new dimension to our options for ecologically responsible clothing.
Available in print only
Humans are competing with moose for the least sensible path to social recognition.
Thomas King's novel shares stories that surround the catastrophes of environmental destruction.
Letting rivers return to nature by removing aged and obsolete dams.

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