UN Recognition for Natural Fibres

The UN has officially recognized the importance of natural plant fibres in sustainable development through Resolution 78/169, a landmark step for the global natural fibres community. This resolution emphasises the …

NATURALfiberEXTRACTION Congress 2022

AFBW and DITF cordially invite you to the 1st NATURALfiberEXTRACTION Congress on October 26, 2022. Be our guest at Look 21, currently the most modern event location in the heart …

Natural Fibre production overview 2008-2015

The plant fibre procuction is directly linked to climate changes as well as plant pests and diseases. between 2008 and 2014 the Jute and Kenaf fibre production increased from 2.5 million …

Natural Fibres and the World Economy

World natural fiber production in 2013 is estimated at 33 million tons, including 26 million tons of cotton lint, 3.3 million tons of jute, 1.2 million tons of …

Plant Fibres – Factsheet

A wide range of plants, including Abaca, Cotton, Jute, Flax, Ramie, Sisal, and Hemp, are used to produce plant fibre and many fibre plants are grown as field crops to …

DNFI at Heimtextil 2024

(Updated: January 20, 2024) The public panel discussion of DNFI members is scheduled for 11 January 2024 at 11:00 during the Heimtextil trade fair in Frankfurt/Germany. Textiles made from natural …