We have entered a partnership with The Swedish Textile Initiative for Climate Action (STICA), with the ambition to develop a roadmap and action plan for the Swedish apparel and textile industry. Our mission is to reduce our GHG-emissions beyond the warming target of 1,5°C, which needs to be done in order for us to become climate positive. We have, together with STICA, set collective environmental goals and have already started to measure House of Dagmar’s climate impact to examine the amount of carbon dioxide we emit.
Support apparel and textile companies operating in both Swedish and international markets to set science-based targets and reduce their greenhouse gases in line with 1.5 C warming pathway, as outlined by the United Nations Framework on Climate Change and the Paris Agreement. We will also go further, ensuring we exceed this goal by becoming climate positive.
House of Dagmar is participating in the project “Skogens Tyg”. The textile and fashion industry are currently in a transition phase and the industry faces several challenges that will affect the future structures of the business. Scientific and technological innovations within the fashion field have enabled the creation of new materials, made from raw materials. Skogens Tyg strives to create a new form of yarn and textile, made from Swedish cellulose. We will further investigate how this new kind of yarn can be used and see if it can become an alternative to yarns made from fossil fuels that are widely used today.