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Apparel Eco-Factory in Sri Lanka

Three of Sri Lanka's largest apparel manufacturers have launched eco-factories in conjunction with large retail giants such as Marks & Spencer and GAP.
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GREY's apparel campaign makes it to AME finals

After receiving much international media attention and applause from the global fashion and apparel industry, Grey's acclaimed 'Garments without Guilt' global marketing communication campaign is now in the race for the prestigious Asian Marketing Effectiveness Awards 2008 [AME Awards].

Source : ICIS

Eco-friendly Sri Lankan Factories

The garment industry is a major contributor to climate change. Many of the clothes Americans and Europeans wear come from Sri Lanka. Three members of Sri Lanka's Garments Without Guilt campaign, which champions the rights of workers in the Sri Lankan apparel industry, constructed eco-friendly factories: Brandix, MAS Intimates, and the Hirdaramani Group.

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Garments Without Guilt: Sri Lanka Cuts Sweatshops in Favor of Eco-Friendly Factories

As ethical and environmental clothing becomes more popular, more and more companies are offering lines that cater to the customers demands. White Apricot is a website that offers an online newsletter as a "go to place for the latest trends, news and information on eco fashion, organic skin care and natural cosmetics, as well as other cool eco and socially conscious products and services to incorporate into your lifestyle."

Source : goodnewsnetwork.org

Marks & Spencer Chooses Sri Lanka To Launch Its Apparel Eco-Factory Concept

The Garments Without Guilt campaign, launched by Sri Lanka Apparel, focuses on ethically-made clothing--meaning free of child labour, free of sweatshop conditions and free of forced labour--but they know that being ethical goes hand-in-hand with being sustainable.
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Marks & Spencer Chooses Sri Lanka To Launch Its Apparel Eco-Factory Concept

The Garments Without Guilt campaign, launched by Sri Lanka Apparel, focuses on ethically-made clothing--meaning free of child labour, free of sweatshop conditions and free of forced labour--but they know that being ethical goes hand-in-hand with being sustainable.
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Marks & Spencer Chooses Sri Lanka To Launch Its Apparel Eco-Factory Concept

The Garments Without Guilt campaign, launched by Sri Lanka Apparel, focuses on ethically-made clothing--meaning free of child labour, free of sweatshop conditions and free of forced labour--but they know that being ethical goes hand-in-hand with being sustainable... Sri Lanka Apparel's member manufacturers are [also] taking the necessary steps to use sustainable, environmentally-friendly practices when making their quality garments... Three of Sri Lanka's largest apparel manufacturers [Brandix, MAS Intimates (part of MAS Holdings), C.K.T. Apparel (part of Hirdaramani Group)] have launched eco-factories in conjunction with large retail giants such as Marks & Spencer and GAP...

Source : Business & Human Rights

A tiger by the tail

If peace really does break out in Sri Lanka after 25 years of deadly conflict between government forces and Tamil rebels, it could usher in a much-needed economic revival. Matthew Gwyther visits the island to see how tourism and the textile trade are priming the pump in anticipation of the better times to come.
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