Why Uniqlo is educating kids about tackling garment waste

As the world of fashion consumes more resources than it can produce, the team behind Uniqlo thought teaching the younger generation about circular economy based on a reduce-reuse-recycle model could be a key to change. Last year, 315 schools and about 30,000 students across Japan participated in Uniqlo’s The Power of Clothing Project which aims to give children the opportunity to collect clothes, start their own recycling drives and donate clothing to international refugees and displaced perso

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