Taking advantage of the COP26, the National Leather Council calls for the construction of a sustainable world

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The COP26, or Conference Of the Parties, is currently taking place in the Scottish city of Glasgow. Bringing together almost all the governments of the world and many participants from all walks of life, it aims to negotiate actions to fight against global warming. The CNC, or Conseil National du Cuir, took the opportunity to call for a more sustainable world.

 

As COP26 takes place in Glasgow, many international leather industry players are calling on participants to take a close look at the important role that sustainable materials, including leather, play in creating a sustainable world that respects the environment and resources.

 

In the face of climate change, the luxury industry, and in particular the leather sector, is organizing itself to take the path of an increasingly sustainable and environmentally friendly model. In this sense, the CNC and several other leather actors are proposing various solutions to the COP26 participants.

 

The CNC calls on the conference participants to take into account the industry’s capacity to move towards a more sustainable model to fight climate change.

 

Several lines of thought are proposed. On the one hand, the recognition of the circular nature of organic materials and their contribution to reducing the climate impact of finished products. Secondly, encouraging the use of natural materials and reducing unnecessary dependence on petrochemical materials. Secondly, support for life cycle assessment methods that take into account the environmental impact of petrochemical-based materials. Finally, the CNC also proposes the promotion of slow fashion and sustainable products, whose use is not unique and which can be repaired, reused and refurbished for years.

 

These proposals come at a time when existing production models are being questioned. The luxury goods and leather industries remain polluting sectors, whether it be the extraction of the necessary materials, manufacturing or transport. The CNC’s proposals to the COP26 participants are part of a challenge to a productivist model, with the aim of participating on a certain scale in the fight against global warming.

 

An appeal was signed in this sense by the CNC, as well as by its counterparts in several countries, such as the Spanish Leather Association and the Swedish Leather Association.

 

 

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The COP26, or Conference Of the Parties, is currently taking place in the Scottish city of Glasgow. Bringing together almost all of the world’s governments as well as numerous participants from all walks of life, it aims to negotiate actions to fight global warming. The CNC, or Conseil National du Cuir, took the opportunity to call for a more sustainable world.

 

As COP26 takes place in Glasgow, many international leather industry players are calling on participants to take a close look at the important role that sustainable materials, including leather, play in creating a sustainable world that respects the environment and resources.

 

In the face of climate change, the luxury industry, and in particular the leather sector, is trying to organise itself to become less polluting and more environmentally friendly, as well as to move towards a more sustainable model. In this sense, the CNC and several other leather actors are proposing various solutions to the COP26 participants.

 

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The COP26, or Conference Of the Parties, is currently taking place in the Scottish city of Glasgow. Bringing together almost all of the world’s governments as well as numerous participants from all walks of life, it aims to negotiate actions to fight global warming. The CNC, or Conseil National du Cuir, took the opportunity to call for a more sustainable world.

 

As COP26 takes place in Glasgow, many international leather industry players are calling on participants to take a close look at the important role that sustainable materials, including leather, play in creating a sustainable world that respects the environment and resources.

 

In the face of climate change, the luxury industry, and in particular the leather sector, is trying to organise itself to become less polluting and more environmentally friendly, as well as to move towards a more sustainable model. In this sense, the CNC and several other leather actors are proposing various solutions to the COP26 participants.

 

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