Life Cycle Initiative’s Innovation Business Practices and Economic Models in the Textile Value Chain (InTex)
As part of the three-year (2020 – 2023) European Union (EU) funded Innovative Business Practices and Economic Models in the Textile Value Chain (InTex) project, the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) is working with small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Kenya, South Africa and Tunisia to help reduce environmental impacts and increase their knowledge on life cycle thinking, circularity and eco-innovation.
InTex is a joint global project, carried out between UNEP’s Consumption and Production Unit (CPU) and Life Cycle Initiative (LC Initiative), to facilitate the uptake and application of holistic life cycle thinking approaches, circularity and eco-innovation to achieve global goals faster and more efficiently. The uptake of such approaches is inherently linked to policy makers providing integrated and coherent policy packages that allow equal opportunities while ensuring upscaling and more impactful results. The project approach is therefore to support both policy makers and businesses in promoting and adapting innovative sustainable business models using life cycle science-based evidence.
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