La intención del Parlamento Europeo es poner fin al ‘fast fashion’ o moda rápida mediante #democraciaenacción

# Description

**Title**: Europe Takes a Stand Against Fast Fashion: The Quest for Sustainability

**Tags**: fast fashion, sustainable fashion, European Union, textile industry, environmental impact, labor rights

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In this thought-provoking video, we explore the alarming effects of fast fashion and the steps that the European Parliament is taking to address this pressing issue. Fast fashion, the trend of mass production and consumption that follows rapidly changing fashion trends, has reached unsustainable levels. However, a recent resolution passed by the European Parliament aims to shift towards a more sustainable approach.

The resolution calls for durable and easily reusable clothing products to be sold within the European Union. Moreover, textile production along the entire supply chain must respect human rights, labor standards, the environment, and animal welfare. This gives consumers assurance that their fashion choices align with their values.

Furthermore, the European Parliament seeks to combat “greenwashing” by calling for transparent regulations. This ensures that environmental claims by fashion manufacturers are clear, allowing consumers to make informed choices and support truly sustainable products.

Join us on this enlightening journey as we delve into the world of fashion and sustainability. Discover how the European Union is taking a bold stance against fast fashion and leading the way towards a more ethical and environmentally friendly industry.

## Sources:

[1] [European Parliament – Video Transcript](

[2] [CNN – European Parliament Votes to Promote Sustainable Fashion](

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