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- Short introduction of the challenge by the facilitator
Baseline 2015 and Vision 2050
- What materials are currently used? e.g. 60% synthetic fibers (polyester), 30% cotton, processing chemicals
- What is our vision for 2050? e.g. 100% closed loops - 0% virgin fibre industry?, net positive systems?, 100% biobased and biodegradable materials (e.g. to avoid microplastic)? What does it mean e.g. for cotton farmers and the polyester industry? What is the vision for sewing yarns, zippers, buttons?; the role of open source
Roadmap from 2015 to 2050
- Who needs to be involved?
- What is needed to achieve the vision? E.g. labelling/standards, transparency tools, research, policy, business models; the role of open source
- What may counteract to achieve the vision and how to remove barriers?
From Vision to Action - concrete starting points
- What are concrete starting points to achieve the vision?
- What can/will the participants do?
- preparation documents (ESMOD Workshop Outcome ‘Fashion in Cycle’)
- Circle Economy - The Circular Textile Programme - Vision Project
- Circle Economy - The Circular Textile Programme - The Polyester Project
- World Business Council for Sustainable Development (Vision 2050 and Roadmap
- Baseline 2015 and Vision 2050
- Roadmap from 2015 to 2050
- From Vision to Action - concrete starting points (agreements, cooperation ideas)
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Friday (Baseline 2015 and Vision 2050):
Role and tasks of the facilitators:
- give a short introduction and initial inputs (see inputs above - very short)
- collection of input by the participants
- moderation of the brainstorming discussion
- coordination of the mind-mapping (e.g. distributing pens and paper)
- track the time and give a signal for (optional) rotation
- document the most important results in etherpad
- support the photographer in taking pictures and uploading it on social media (e.g. Facebook)