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Driving Change Through Sustainable Sourcing - Shared screen with speaker view
Andrea Bartell
06:07
Toronto!
Vlatka Noulty
06:10
joining from London ON
Michal Aizikov
06:44
Toronto!! (Again, loved the first webinar today!!)
Suhlle Ahn
07:27
Hello! Suhlle, back from New York! Nice to be here!
Loren Carriere
07:31
London On Canada
Patricia Roque
07:52
Vancouver!
Kim Taylor
08:00
Great session this morning. London, ON
Anastazia Pearce
08:04
hello! calling in from chilly Regina
Emily Murfin
08:06
hello Emily from newmarket Ontario
Laura Cristinzo
08:48
Listening in from Toronto!
Laura Cristinzo
09:12
Hiiiiiiii Kelly!
Mark Kurschner
09:49
Vancouver
Hanna Durham
09:50
Ottawa!
Sarah Jakhura
10:50
london, england
Kelly Drennan
23:15
Cris can you send me your cell?
Kelly Drennan
23:43
or text me 416-458-1491
Cris Herrera
23:43
7782514905
Kelly Drennan
23:47
thanks
Kelly Drennan
29:29
are you sharing your screen Kemp?
Hanna Durham
47:08
I have actually learned about a scientist who is creating bio-ink alternatives using saw dust
Mathilde Weems
48:46
can you say more about eco inks and dyes?
Kelly Drennan
48:57
please pose questions in the Q&A
Kelly Drennan
49:15
please add your questions to the Q&A
George Amoh
50:43
For Kemp- What are 3 actionable steps that smaller brands can take in the sustainable sourcing movement? Also, I would love to connect with you on the reclaiming textiles program (have some local brands interested)
Kelly Drennan
52:37
please pose questions in the Q&A
Stephanie Moyle Jeffery
53:01
wool is boi degradable and carbon sequestering
Cris Herrera
56:26
Hi everyone! Here's some useful links from today's presentation:Ethical profiling:http://www.ethicalprofiling.com/KenDor Textileswww.kendortextiles.comKenDor Transparency Factory Videohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dk9n6mOM2gQ&t=3s&ab_channel=KenDorTextiles
Cris Herrera
57:20
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dk9n6mOM2gQ&t=3s&ab_channel=KenDorTextiles
Kim Taylor
58:07
Youth are a large market segment with limited money to spend.
Andrea Bartell
01:00:34
exactly. Can Ann of this amazing info be taught in schools?
Andrea Bartell
01:00:48
“any”
Michal Aizikov
01:01:44
I definitely feel like the sustainability movement is becoming a trend with fast fashion brands like H&M and Zara as they’re releasing “sustainable lines” - which is a poor reflection of the rest of brand in my opinion
Bram van Duijn
01:03:19
@Michal Aizikov, some brands will join the sustainability movement for marketing reasons, but as long as they still join they are still helping regardless of their goals. This is where transparancy is key.
Andrea Bartell
01:03:34
Thank you.
Hanna Durham
01:04:37
I personally only buy from sustainable brands and not big fast fashion brands who have sustainable lines. An amazing Canadian based one is Ana
Hanna Durham
01:04:43
Ana+Zac
Hanna Durham
01:05:11
They are from Nova Scotia and they are also a fair trade company
Bev Toews
01:06:00
Hanna that's great
Kelly Drennan
01:08:16
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/recycling-english
Suhlle Ahn
01:08:27
This was fantastic. Thanks so much!
Kim Taylor
01:08:39
Great parting thoughts. Thank you both!
Bram van Duijn
01:08:45
Thanks everyone.
George Amoh
01:09:00
Loved this! Fantastic panel and wonderfully organized
Andrea Bartell
01:09:29
Thank you and that was was very informative and inspiring.