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Uncovered Sustainability: circular jeans - stitched for the future

In our Uncovered Sustainability podcast series, we delve deep into the inspiring stories of businesses championing sustainability and forging a brighter, eco-conscious future. In this episode we're tackling a massive challenge how to make the textile industry, and specifically jeans, a huge sector with the power to make a great impact, more eco friendly.

Person looking through a hole in a jeans

Join our fantastic host and our guests Annemarie Noorland from Sanko and Julia Schell and Joost van Dun from ING, to discuss the intricate web of challenges in the textile industry; from the lack of infrastructure to the complexities of the value chain. This podcast episode highlights not only the issues but also the collaborative efforts needed to create sustainable change.

Think of this as a smoothie. When you mix together bananas and strawberries, you'll end up with a nice smoothie. Now if I ask you to dissect it again and bring it back to strawberries and bananas, you're having a difficult time

Uncovered Sustainability: circular jeans - stitched for the future

Society is transitioning to a low-carbon economy. So are our clients, and so is ING. We finance a lot of sustainable activities, but we still finance more that’s not.

See how we’re progressing on