Key aspects for introducing an extended producer responsibility for textiles in Sweden

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Key aspects for introducing an extended producer responsibility for textiles in Sweden. / Ljungkvist Norden, Hanna; Watson, David; Tojo, Naoko; Elander, Maria.

Stockholm : Mistra Future Fashion, 2019. 58 s.

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Ljungkvist Norden, H, Watson, D, Tojo, N & Elander, M 2019, Key aspects for introducing an extended producer responsibility for textiles in Sweden. vol. 2019:07, Mistra Future Fashion, Stockholm.

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Ljungkvist Norden, H., Watson, D., Tojo, N., & Elander, M. (2019). Key aspects for introducing an extended producer responsibility for textiles in Sweden. Mistra Future Fashion.

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Ljungkvist Norden H, Watson D, Tojo N, Elander M 2019. Key aspects for introducing an extended producer responsibility for textiles in Sweden. Stockholm: Mistra Future Fashion. 58 s.

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Ljungkvist Norden, Hanna et al. Key aspects for introducing an extended producer responsibility for textiles in Sweden Stockholm: Mistra Future Fashion. 2019.

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Ljungkvist Norden H, Watson D, Tojo N, Elander M. Key aspects for introducing an extended producer responsibility for textiles in Sweden. Stockholm: Mistra Future Fashion, 2019. 58 s.

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Ljungkvist Norden, Hanna ; Watson, David ; Tojo, Naoko ; Elander, Maria. / Key aspects for introducing an extended producer responsibility for textiles in Sweden. Stockholm : Mistra Future Fashion, 2019. 58 s.

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TY - BOOK

T1 - Key aspects for introducing an extended producer responsibility for textiles in Sweden

AU - Ljungkvist Norden, Hanna

AU - Watson, David

AU - Tojo, Naoko

AU - Elander, Maria

PY - 2019/10/23

Y1 - 2019/10/23

N2 - Mistra Future Fashion Phase 2, IVL Swedish Environment Institute (IVL), PlanMiljø and the International Institute of Industrial Environmental Economics (IIIEE) at Lund University have investigated a selection of important aspects to consider when implementing an Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) for textiles in Sweden. The focus of the work was to identify, analyse and promote aspects that could help to balance upstream and downstream effects of an EPR. Large emphasis has been put on dialogue with actors in the textile value chain, to gather as much different knowledge and varying opinions as possible.

AB - Mistra Future Fashion Phase 2, IVL Swedish Environment Institute (IVL), PlanMiljø and the International Institute of Industrial Environmental Economics (IIIEE) at Lund University have investigated a selection of important aspects to consider when implementing an Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) for textiles in Sweden. The focus of the work was to identify, analyse and promote aspects that could help to balance upstream and downstream effects of an EPR. Large emphasis has been put on dialogue with actors in the textile value chain, to gather as much different knowledge and varying opinions as possible.

KW - Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR)

KW - textiles

KW - Sweden

KW - upstream changes

KW - collection

UR - http://mistrafuturefashion.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/H.-Ljungkvist-Nordin.-Key-Aspects-in-Swedish-EPR.-D.4.3.8.1.pdf

M3 - Report

VL - 2019:07

BT - Key aspects for introducing an extended producer responsibility for textiles in Sweden

PB - Mistra Future Fashion

CY - Stockholm

ER -