Circularity of Cotton
Cotton can be reused, recycled, and returned to the earth. Explore three intersecting paths of cotton's circular lifecycle.
Cotton Sustainability Basics
From water conservation to soil health to reducing energy, cotton farming has made immense progress in sustainability.
The use of recycled materials is a growing topic of interest and recycled cotton can find new life in many different products.
Biodegradability of Cotton
What happens when your favorite cotton shirt finally reaches the end of its functional life? Explore this natural fiber's afterlife.
Life Cycle Assessment of Cotton
This presentation will identify key impact areas and elaborate on environmental benchmarking for cotton.
The Cotton LEADS℠ program strives to make sure cotton is produced responsibly now and for years to come.
Explore consumer perceptions relating to cotton and cotton sustainability using ongoing research from Cotton Incorporated.
U.S. Cotton Traceability
Learn about what makes U.S. cotton stand out from the rest with 100% traceability.
Discover the stories of producers and brands as they lead the way to responsibly produce and manufacture cotton.
Solutions for Minimal Processing
The natural cotton fiber can be spun, knit, or woven, and even finished in a way that maintains that natural look and feel.
Sustainability Goals for U.S. Cotton
U.S. cotton producers are leading the way in responsible cotton production practices. So what will the next ten years look like?
Technologies to Reduce WEC
The World of Ideas presents practical and effective technologies for reducing the use of WEC in cotton textile processing.
The USDA certifies that Cotton Incorporated’s moisture management and water-repellent technologies are new, innovative, and biobased.
Blue Jeans Go Green™
The Blue Jeans Go Green™ program collects denim across the US to divert it from landfills and recycles it into denim insulation.