Textile Sustainability – A Student Project Turned Published Book

Last fall, while wrestling with the challenges surrounding textile sustainability, 15 students in IAT 330 realized where they could make a difference.

The interdisciplinary and experiential class, part of SFU’s Make Change Studio program in the Chang Institute for Entrepreneurship, enabled this team of undergraduate students to propose an innovative solution to a real-world problem.

“The wicked problem of textile sustainability encompasses the negative environmental and economical byproduct of the textiles industry,” shared two of the students, Jesika Kula and Sophia Nguyen.

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