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ECO-FASHION DICTIONARY A-Z CONTENTS

Eco-Fashion-Dictionary a-z artwork Kenneth Buddha Jeans


ECO-FASHION DICTIONARY A-Z CONTENTS



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ABACA
Acetate (Triacetate)
Abrasion resistance
Abrupt climate change
Absolute scale (zero)
Abstract
Accountability (corporate)
Acid rain
adaption
Added value
Acrylic fibre
Adhesives
Advanced fibre
Aerosols
Aesthetics
After treatment
Agenda 21
Ageing (textiles)
Agronomy
Agricultural Chemicals
Air permeability
AirDye (Air dye)
Albedo
Alkaline battery
Alienation (human)
Algae fibre
Alpaca natural
Alpaca organic
Aluminium
Alter-globalization
Altruism
Amazon River Basin
Anthropocentrism
Anthropogenic climate change
Anaerobic environment
Anthroposphere
Antibacterial finish
Anti-consumption
Antimicrobial
Antistatic properties
Appropriate design
Appropriate technology
Appropriated carrying capacity
Aramid fibre
Arms control
Asbestos fibres
Asceticism
Atmosphere
Atom
Atom economy
Atomic energy
Atomic mass unit
Atomic Number
Autonomy
Awareness
Axial yarn
Azoic Dyes


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Backyard composting
Bagasse
Bamboo fibre
Balanced weave
Banana Fibre
Barometer
Basalt fibre
Basket Weave
BAT (Best Available Techniques)
Benchmarking
Benzene
Better Cotton Initiative (BCI)
Better Work Program
Binder
Biocapacity
Biocrime
Biodegradable synthetic fibres
Bioderivation
Biodiversity
Bioinspiration
Bioleather
Biomarker
Biomimetic materials design
Biomass
Biome
Biomechatronic (product)
Biomimicry
Biomineralization
Biopolymer
Bioprocess
Bioproductivity
Bioprospecting
Bioreactor
Bioregion
Bioremediation
Biosensor
Biosilk
Biosphere
Biotechnology
Bioterrorism
Bleaching
Blue scale (colour fastness)
Bluesign
Body scanning technology
Bottom-up approach
Bourgeois society
Boycott
Breaking tenacity
Brundtland Report
Burden sharing
Business as usual
Butterfly effect

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