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Leaders in innovation address Australian Cotton Conference

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Leaders in innovation address Australian Cotton Conference

The global leaders in trade, sustainability, and innovation are addressing the ongoing Australian Cotton Conference on the Gold Coast with more than 2200 delegates, 150 presenters and panelists, and 100 exhibitors in attendance.

Cotton Australia, in association with the Australian Cotton Shippers Association, hosts the 2022 Australian Cotton Conference, media reports.

Through the conference, the growers and industry figures are getting the opportunity to see the latest technology, discover the results of ground-breaking research, and understand the innovation that will drive natural fiber to new levels globally.

According to the media reports, the conference is hosting presentations, panel discussions, and information sessions before and after the Thursday evening dinner, the winners of the 2022 Cotton Industry Awards will be revealed.

Cotton Australia CEO Adam Kay, also on the conference organizing committee, told the media that there were so many highlights, attendance at the conference is essential for anyone interested in cotton.

“We have been lucky enough to attract the best minds in cotton from Australia and around the world, to pass on crucial information about all the important areas for growers, including environmental sustainability, water use, global market trends and strategies, and cotton fashion,” he added.

Soil scientist Dr. Oliver Knox will reveal learning from the latest circularity symposium Threads and Opportunities which will lead to a national call to action for all researchers and consumers interested in a more sustainable and circular fashion and textiles economy, said the media.

Emma Dennis from Better Cotton, the largest cotton sustainability program in the world, will give an address on taking sustainable Australian fashion to the world.


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