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Remembering Ten Years Since The Bangladesh Rana Plaza Disaster

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On April 24, 2013, the Rana Plaza building in Bangladesh collapsed, killing 1,134 and injuring over 2,500 people. The structure housed clothing factories, a bank, and several shops. This horrific incident sparked widespread protests and calls for improved working conditions and safety regulations.   The disaster brought much-needed attention to Bangladesh's garment factories' poor working conditions...

Fast Fashion Sustainability: Supply Management Magazine Interview with Ben Muis

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Charlie Hart interviews Ben Muis on the impact of Fast Fashion for Supply Management Magazine “Putting some more sustainable or less damaging components or fabrics in the collection falls far short of the real-world requirements.” Sustainability, fast fashion, economics, rules and laws… all very important factors in the fashion industry of today. With more and more...