Circular Textiles Scan - Children's clothing in Flevoland

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This report provides a snapshot of Flevoland's flow of children's clothing, identifies the industry's potential for circular innovation and entails concrete recommendations for policymakers, wholesalers and retailers to accelerate progress towards the circular economy.


The Circular Textiles Scan has been commissioned by the Dutch Province of Flevoland, which—in line with the national ambition to become 100% circular by 2050—has set out to become a circular resource provider by 2030. Results from our research help the province turn its circular target into an actionable strategy.


March 9, 2021

Circular Textiles Scan - Children's clothing in Flevoland

This report provides a snapshot of Flevoland's flow of children's clothing, identifies the industry's potential for circular innovation and entails concrete recommendations for policymakers, wholesalers and retailers to accelerate progress towards the circular economy.


The Circular Textiles Scan has been commissioned by the Dutch Province of Flevoland, which—in line with the national ambition to become 100% circular by 2050—has set out to become a circular resource provider by 2030. Results from our research help the province turn its circular target into an actionable strategy.


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February 19, 2021

Circular Textiles Scan - Children's clothing in Flevoland

Circular Textiles Scan - Children's clothing in Flevoland

This report provides a snapshot of Flevoland's flow of children's clothing, identifies the industry's potential for circular innovation and entails concrete recommendations for policymakers, wholesalers and retailers to accelerate progress towards the circular economy.


The Circular Textiles Scan has been commissioned by the Dutch Province of Flevoland, which—in line with the national ambition to become 100% circular by 2050—has set out to become a circular resource provider by 2030. Results from our research help the province turn its circular target into an actionable strategy.


Circular Textiles Scan - Children's clothing in Flevoland

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This report provides a snapshot of Flevoland's flow of children's clothing, identifies the industry's potential for circular innovation and entails concrete recommendations for policymakers, wholesalers and retailers to accelerate progress towards the circular economy.


The Circular Textiles Scan has been commissioned by the Dutch Province of Flevoland, which—in line with the national ambition to become 100% circular by 2050—has set out to become a circular resource provider by 2030. Results from our research help the province turn its circular target into an actionable strategy.


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Circular Textiles Scan - Children's clothing in Flevoland

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This report provides a snapshot of Flevoland's flow of children's clothing, identifies the industry's potential for circular innovation and entails concrete recommendations for policymakers, wholesalers and retailers to accelerate progress towards the circular economy.


The Circular Textiles Scan has been commissioned by the Dutch Province of Flevoland, which—in line with the national ambition to become 100% circular by 2050—has set out to become a circular resource provider by 2030. Results from our research help the province turn its circular target into an actionable strategy.


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