Best reads of the month ̶ May 2020
Here are the most relevant articles I read during the month – and there are many!
Enjoy your reading :-)
An extensive explanation of why ethical brands will get through the Covid-19 better than other brands (article in French): https://www.thegoodgoods.fr/tgg-news/generale/coronavirus-pourquoi-les-marques-ethiques-s-en-sortiront-mieux-que-les-autres
According to the World Economic Forum (WEF), the future of travel holds into two changes in digital technology: touchless travel and digital health passports – but careful about privacy and data issues.
Still according to the WEF, the future of tourism will see the end of short international travel and long trips visiting several countries.
The Italian website Vesti la Natura gives a course on sustainable fashion… https://marketing.vestilanatura.it/corsi/moda-sostenibile/ (this is not an affiliated link)
… while Luxiders lists some online courses to study sustainability and fashion. https://luxiders.com/free-online-courses-to-study-sustainability/
Compare Ethics guides us through greenwashing (and how not to fall into the trap). https://compareethics.com/what-is-greenwashing/
For Vegan Food & Living, Sascha Camilli debunks five myths on vegan fashion. https://www.veganfoodandliving.com/features/the-myths-behind-vegan-fashion-decoded/
Forbes writes about the Global Fashion Agenda recent Covid-19 update to its CEO Agenda, and the 6 opportunities they have pinpointed for fashion businesses, resulting from the current situation.
Let’s finish with a positive note: Fashion.ie lists the 5 eco-friendly fashion trends to look out for in 2020.
Did you notice any other relevant article this past month? Let me know in the comments :-)