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Dress and the city: a comparative study of clothing and textiles environmental policy in five European cities
European clothing consumption has increased dramatically in recent decades, leading to a current average of 26 kg of textiles annually purchased per capita (EEA, 2019). While garments (and most of clothing's environmental impacts) are produced in other parts of the world, European municipalities face a problem of increasing volumes of textile waste. Moreover, the revised waste directive of 2018 specifies that European Union countries will be obliged to collect textiles separately by 2025. Thisdoi:10.3217/978-3-85125-842-4-19 fatcat:y6ggsurfardwtfirzaofabpntm