Webinar on Circularity Within Textile Production a Danish Indonesian Opportunity


The Indonesian islands Bali, Java and Sumatra have become increasingly interesting for global fashion brands seen from a manufacturing point of view.
From a Danish-supported study recently made by BAPPENAS and UNDP, it has been assessed that the Indonesian textiles and garment industry is one of the five most important sectors to transition to circular economy.
By transitioning to circular economyin the textiles sector by 2030, waste in the sector could be reduced by 18%, GDP in the sector increased by 5,5% add 164.000 net jobs and avoid 16.4 millions tonnes of CO2 emissions. Moreover, sustainable textile production and treatment methods would reduce some of the 280 tonnes of toxic water that are dumped into the Citarum River daily and hence contribute to reduce the negative impacts on land fertility
This webinar invites for an open discussion on the circular and sustainability agenda. Danish experience and strongholds are shared and discussed. Further, it will be possible for Indonesian stakeholders to be directly connected with relevant Danish Companies and/or organisastions for a further and more tailor made discussion after the webinar.

The Webinar will be conducted via Zoom 24th February 2021 from 14.45 - 17.00 JKT Time.

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