The follow-upper in Temper Magazine’s fashio-socio series explores the topic of China’s Sermons on Sustainability, in the year 2020.
Circularity, cleanliness, and crusaders; coming full circle.
China, for many years, has been notorious for its low-cost manufacturing capabilities. The country, in an effort to take on a “new name,” has for many reasons, shifted the definition of “Made in China” from one of low quality to one of a higher standard.
Fingers are often pointed at China, for its negative impact on the environment due to the amount of industry found across its landscape.
The burning question becomes…
How China can better contribute to saving the planet, all the while maintaining the status quo in its consumption and production numbers?