Saving China With Sustainable Fashion | Essay | Feature | NOT JUST A LABEL

It may be a financial goliath but behind China’s global influence lays an ecological fragility perilous to progress. Having followed a largely pro-capitalist economic agenda based on industrialisation and radical expansion since the late seventies, China is now the world’s second largest economy and set to become the biggest by 2030. Yet 16 of the world’s 20 most polluted cities are found in the country, 60% of groundwater is polluted and more than a quarter of its key rivers are unfit for human contact.

Source: Saving China With Sustainable Fashion | Essay | Feature | NOT JUST A LABEL

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