Climate protection with climate neutral products
Climate protection is one of the most urgent topics of our time. Not only policy makers but in particular companies have to get involved to fight climate change. Based on the example of the climate neutral Sympatex jacket of bleed clothing we want to show how climate protection can be implemented into the supply chain of the textile industry and how climate neutral products can lead to a more climate friendly future.
The webinar is presented by Jan Schüßler from ClimatePartner and Lena Hoffmann, responsible for Product Development & Design at bleed clothing. The label bleed was founded in 2008 by local skateboarder Michael Spitzbarth who had worked for various clothing companies after his studies in Textile Design. During this time, he got a good insight into the ways of the textile industry which made it clear to him that something had to change. Nature had already bled enough and it had to stop. With this thought, both the name and the brand were born.
About the orator
Jan Schüßler is Head of Key Account Management at ClimatePartner and joined the company in 2015. The business economics graduate (Regensburg, Oxford) was previously working as an investment manager within the MunichRe Group and started his career in the solar industry.
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