Partnering up to explore options for a sustainable fashion industry in the Baltic Sea Region

In collaboration with policy area bioeconomy, policy area innovation arranged a session for the 7th Strategy Forum of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region on fashionable bioeconomy. The session explored the potential for new innovative bio textiles and processes that can make a push towards a more sustainable fashion industry in the Baltic Sea Region. Wood fiber, milk protein and fish skin were presented as promising biomaterials for the future fashion industry, and the audience got a preview of these exciting trends from an on-stage fashion show.

You can watch the keynote speeches from the event here.

Curious to learn more? Listen to two podcasts on bioeconomy and sustainable fashion following up on the session in Stockholm, supported by the Nordic Council of Ministers:

#1 The True Power of Fish Leather

#2 From Wood Fire to Wood Fibres: A More Sustainable Future for Forestry?