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It may seem like a drop in the ocean but opting for wool products can have a positive impact on the planet.

Whilst it has been known for decades that wool biodegrades in soil, adding nutrients back to the earth, more recent studies have shown that wool also biodegrades in the ocean and water, and so does not impact the planet with

Wool Week Canada

To celebrate the 5th Canadian Wool Week (Nov. 2 – 11), The Campaign for Wool has worked with a number of fashion brands to create a short film and series of fashion images.  Shot on location in Puslinch, Ontario, Canada

Wool Carpet and Rug awards at The Flooring Show

The wool flooring industry gathered this week to receive recognition at the third Campaign for Wool Carpet and Rug Awards, held as part of The Flooring Show in Harrogate, North Yorkshire.  The Campaign for Wool Patron, HRH The Prince of


Wool Week marks its ninth year with a message of Careability, allaying consumer fears that caring for Wool is difficult, with an immersive installation in Covent Garden on 11 and 12th October 2018, open daily from 10am to 7pm to

The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall celebrate Ocean Plastic Solution Day and 15 years of Finisterre.

The Ocean Plastic Solutions Day Conference & Celebration event is a follow up to the successful Ocean Plastic Awareness Day in 2015, once again bringing together key stakeholders to present the progress society is making in tackling ocean plastic pollution.

His Royal Highness Birthday Celebrations

This year marks our Patron, His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, 70th birthday. To coincide with this, a series of events are taking place throughout the year to celebrate the work carried out by HRH. The Campaign for Wool

#whatsinmywash Campaign Launched to Tackle Plastic Microfibre Pollution

Hubbub today launched the #whatsinmywash campaign – providing tips for consumers to reduce the impact of washing their garments and calling on a range of industry sectors to take action to tackle the microfibre problem. New research released today by the environmental

Emily Lees wins The Campaign for Wool award at The Bradford Textile Society design competition.

The 2017/18 award ceremony was held on Friday 11th May at The Dye House Gallery which is part of Bradford College. The long, mill-like room with naturally daylight featured a wide variety of design submissions each using an array of