Milano Unica is committed to promoting the dialogue about sustainability among exhibitors
"Sustainable development means development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs."
Our Common Future (Bruntland Report), United Nations Organization, 1987
Milano Unica focuses on companies that produce high-end textiles and accessories while respecting the planet and its people.
The Milano Unica exhibitors are committed to diversifying their efforts: reducing greenhouse gas emissions, striving to preserve biodiversity and the planet's finite resources, researching innovative materials with low environmental impact, eliminating harmful chemicals, managing waste responsibly, and respecting human and workers' rights.
These virtuous goals are not only an essential competitive lever for a continuously evolving market but also an important legacy: the textile tradition of excellence operates with respect for the environment development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs to guarantee the same opportunities for tomorrow's workers.
The most used recycled materials in textiles
Hints from the Milano Unica Tendenze & Sostenibilità Project data
The Carbon footprint and the Science Based Targets (SBT)
What they are and why they are important for the fashion supply chain
The Sustainability Project of the 36th edition of Milano Unica
Sustainable commitment continues to grow
Training of sustainability managers
Where can the companies find the sustainability professional skills?
The boom of second-hand fashion and the circular economy
How consumer behaviours change