20,000 litres of fresh water is used to make a cotton t-shirt and a pair of jeans. This is enough water for one person to live on for 27 years!
85% of plastic in the ocean is due to micro-fibres from synthetic clothing.
In 2017, 83% of all tap water samples around the world contained microfibres from clothing.
Each year, 2.77 trillion litres of fresh water is contaminated by the fabric dying industry.
The fashion industry is responsible for over 10% of the worlds entire carbon footprint and this is due to exceed 25% by 2050.
1.3 billion tonnes of carbon emissions are produced every year in manufacturing new clothing.
Nitrous Oxide emitted from cheap synthetic material are 300 times more damaging than CO2.
Almost 70 million barrels of oil are used each year to make polyester.