TALLINN – A recent study by Scandinavian and Baltic researchers shows that the Baltic states have great potential to create a circular textile system in cooperation with the Nordic countries, but that many important steps need to be taken by policymakers and stakeholders to realize this.
The study was conducted by PlanMiljo in Denmark, the Tallinn Center of the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) in Estonia, Green Liberty in Latvia and Textale and KTU APINI in Lithuania. According to SEI Tallinn, the study was funded by the Nordic Council of Ministers.
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