GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Sustainable Fashion Statistics And Trends in 2024

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"Eco-conscious fashion brands have seen a 22% increase in sales over the past three years."

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"The fashion industry is responsible for 10% of annual global carbon emissions."

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"The global sustainable fashion market is expected to grow from $6.35 billion in 2019 to $8.25 billion by 2023."

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"The average consumer today buys 60% more clothing than 15 years ago, but each item is kept half as long."

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"Nearly 70 million barrels of oil are used each year to make the world's polyester fiber."

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"20% of global water waste is produced by the fashion industry."

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"75% of fashion companies improved their environmental performance in 2020 compared to previous years."

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"Fast fashion brands release about 52 "micro-seasons" per year."

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"Polyester is the most widely used fiber in clothing, and its production for textiles releases about 700 million tons of CO2 a year."

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"The synthetic fibers found in the majority of fast fashion garments are derived from fossil fuels."

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"The U.S. alone discards about 35.4 billion pounds of textile waste annually."

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"85% of textiles end up in landfills or are incinerated when most of these materials could be reused."

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"Organic cotton production involves 91% less water than conventional cotton farming."

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"Manufacturing one pair of jeans produces as much carbon as driving a car over 80 miles."

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"The sustainable fashion market in Europe is growing at a rate of 7% annually."

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"The second-hand clothing market is expected to grow to $64 billion in the next five years."

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"79% of consumers stated that sustainability was important to them when making fashion purchases."

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"23% of the water used in global textile production is consumed by irrigated cotton."

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"Only 1% of the material used to produce clothing is recycled into new clothing."

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"The fashion industry consumes more energy than the aviation and shipping industries combined."

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