Transforming the fashion and textiles industry for people and planet.
Textiles 2030 is the UK’s leading voluntary initiative supporting businesses and organisations within the fashion and textiles industry to transition to more sustainable and circular practices by the end of the decade.
Why is Textiles 2030 needed?
A collaborative approach.
No single organisation can solve the climate crisis alone, through Textiles 2030 we bring key players from across the fashion and textiles value chain together to find circular solutions and overcome shared challenges.
Find out how we are working with each corner of the industry.
Our members are united behind ambitious, science-based 2030 targets, with progress measured annually using our exclusive Textiles 2030 Footprint Tool.
50% reduction in the overall carbon footprint of new textile products – in line with the Paris Agreement on climate change
30% reduction in the overall water footprint of new textile products
Industry collaboration to achieve the Textiles 2030 Circularity Roadmap ambitions
Find out what headway has been made, and where the challenges still lie in our Annual Progress Report 2023.
Priority action areas.
To meet the Textiles 2030 targets and transition to a circular economy, we must transform the way the UK produces, buys, uses and disposes of clothing and textiles.
Our members’ efforts are guided by three priority action areas in the Textiles 2030 Circularity Roadmap, with consumer behaviour change at the heart of each.
Designing for circularity
Designing products that are durable and recyclable, use recycled content and minimise waste.
Implementing circular business models
Piloting and scaling-up new, innovative business models that extend product lifetimes.
Closing the loop on materials
Accelerating the commercialisation of fibre-to-fibre recycling in the UK.
Encouraging consumer behaviour change
Helping consumers understand how to make sustainable lifestyle changes.