Erhvervsministeriet støtter forskerkritiseret modelobby

COPENHAGEN, DENMARK - MAY 14: (L) Eva Kruse, CEO & President of Global Fashion Agenda and Gemma Cairney listen during the press conference ahead of the Copenhagen Fashion Summit 2019 at Hotel Skt Petri on May 14, 2019 in Copenhagen, Denmark. Since its first edition in 2009, Copenhagen Fashion Summit has established itself as the world’s leading business event on sustainability in fashion. Convening major fashion industry decision makers on a global scale, the Summit has become the nexus for agenda-setting discussions on the most critical environmental, social and ethical issues facing our industry and planet. Marking its 10th anniversary, the next edition of Copenhagen Fashion Summit takes place on 15-16 May 2019 at the Copenhagen Concert Hall under the patronage of HRH The Crown Princess of Denmark. The Summit is organised by Global Fashion Agenda, a non-profit leadership forum on fashion sustainability that works to mobilise the global fashion system to change the way we produce, market and consume fashion, for a world beyond next season. (Photo by Ole Jensen/Getty Images for Copenhagen Fashion Summit)

Erhvervsministeriet er via fonden Design Society godt og grundigt involveret i den forskerkritiserede globale modeindustris lobbyorganisation Global Fashion Agenda (GFA). Den kritiseres kraftigt af en sammenslutning af 400 internationale forskere for at vildlede om bæredygtighed i jagten på profit. Erhvervsministeriet støtter med offentlige skattekroner en kritiseret lobbyvirksomhed.

Erhvervsministeriet støtter med skattekroner, via den erhvervsdrivende fond Design Society, selskabet Global Fashion Agenda (GFA). Som beskrevet i seneste udgave bliver GFA stærkt kritiseret for sin lobbyaktivitet om fremme af bæredygtighed i modeindustrien. GFA kritiseres af 400 internationale forskere for bevidst at se bort fra industriens største udfordring om overforbrug og traditionelle...

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