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IFOAM LinkInternational Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements - Cape Fear Apparel Membership to the International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM).


Organic Exchange - A unique resource for companies and consumers interested in organic cotton.


Organic Trade Association LinkOrganic Trade Association - Organic Trade Association (OTA) is a membership-based business association that focuses on the organic business community in North America. OTA's mission is to promote and protect the growth of organic trade to benefit the environment, farmers, the public and the economy.

Sustainable Cotton Project LinkSustainable Cotton Project - The ultimate goal of “sustainable cotton” is to move sustainable production, manufacturing and use practices throughout the cotton value chain in order to create a healthy and profitable industry for growers, their communities, manufacturers, retailers and users of all cotton products.

Society Of Dyers & ColoristsSociety of Dyers & Colourists - The Society of Dyers and Colourists (SDC) is one group that has never taken colour for granted. Since its beginnings in 1884 it has been active in developing understanding of colour and how colour is applied in industry. Nowadays it is involved a range of activities, including promoting colour education and the professional status of the colourist, developing new ideas and testing procedures for industry, communicating information on colour through publications and events, plus a whole lot more.

Pesticide Action Network LinkPesticide Action Network - Pesticide Action Network UK (PAN UK) promotes healthy food, agriculture and an environment which will provide food and meet public health needs without dependence on toxic chemicals, and without harm to food producers and agricultural workers.
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Soil Association LinkSoil Association - The Soil Association is the UK's leading campaigning and certification organisation for organic food and farming. Whether you are new to the Soil Association or want to know more about what we do and why we do it, this section explains all.
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British Standards InstituteBritish Standards Institute - We provide organizations from all sectors with best practice solutions and standards that represent and support the needs of business and society in the UK and worldwide.
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Ethical Fashion Forum (PDF) - The EFF aims to promote and support innovative, values led businesses in the fashion industry, and to raise awareness of the importance of, and facilitate, a socially and environmentally sustainable approach in the sector.
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European Eco-LabelEuropean Eco Label Flower - Over the past ten years, the "Flower" has become a European-wide symbol for products, providing simple and accurate guidance to consumers. All products bearing the "Flower" have been checked by independent bodies for complying with strict ecological and performance criteria.
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Full Belly Project LinkThe Full Belly Project - The Full Belly Project 501(c)(3) is a non-profit organization that designs and delivers simple agricultural machines to people in developing countries around the world.
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Organic Cotton Europe - Awareness-raising programme on the reality of cotton producing small-scale farmers in Africa. The long-term goal of this project is to stimulate commitments by stakeholders in the textile chain and consumers in Europe for the improvement of the economic, health and environmental conditions of cotton producing small-scale farmers in Africa.
 
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How to Green Your Wardrobe - Learn how to "green your wardrobe" at Treehugger.com
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Guy Carpenter - a history of