Towards a New Zero Emission Future


Sustainable Symbiosis of Net Zero Carbon Emissions

Climate change has become the most urgent and vital issue on the earth. Governments around the world have successively announced 2050 net-zero carbon emissions targets, and our government has also actively implemented the 2050 net-zero carbon emissions policy. 2-8% of global greenhouse gas emissions come from the fashion industry. More and more companies in the textile and apparel industry, as well as their manufacturers and suppliers, are aware of this and reduce carbon dioxide emissions through technological innovation.

According to the Global Fashion Agenda and McKinsey's "Climate Fashion" report released in late August 2020, the product itself has a greater impact, with 61% of carbon emissions being reduced by reducing production and manufacturing waste, reducing clothing manufacturing, reducing material production and CO2 emissions during processing. Taiwan is an important country in the research and development and production of functional textiles, and it needs some disruptive solutions and unprecedented actions to curb carbon emissions in order to achieve the goal of net zero emissions by 2050.