The non-profit H&M Foundation started the Global Change Award in 2015. The Global Change Award is one of the world’s leading challenges for early stage innovation, and the largest initiative of its kind in the fashion industry. It was initiated to accelerate the shift from a linear a to a circular fashion industry, to protect the planet and our living conditions
Last week Arthur Erasmus, H&M Sustainability Manager brought along Susan from Green Nettle Textile as well as Esethu Cenga and Tshepo Bhengu from Rewoven to share more information about the Global Change Award and encourage students to enter this exciting competition.
Applications are now open and the closing date is the 16th October 2019.
For more information on this incredible initiative and how to enter, go to https://globalchangeaward.com/