Update news green production
The green transition has been increasingly implemented by businesses in VN for the past five years.
Digital transformation, creating suitable designs and recycling clothes are now proving to be important target activities for the garment and textile industry towards a circular economy and sustainability.
This incentive would ensure a sustainable future for Vietnam’s economy toward net-zero emissions by 2050.
Textile and garment import countries have asked Vietnamese companies to satisfy requirements on social responsibility, environmental friendliness and natural resource use. The industry worth $44 billion is facing serious concerns.
Going green become vital for Vietnam’s garment and textile industry in the context of increasing requirements for sustainability.
Textile and garment businesses in Vietnam are taking steps to switch to green production to meet partners’ demand and achieve sustainable development, the Cong Thuong (Industry & Trade) newspaper reported.
Increasing attention has been given to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in Vietnam’s agriculture sector, particularly rice production, in a bid to protect the environment given complex climate change developments.