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The concept and practice of environmental protection and sustainable development of the whole industry chain.

Cashmere is biodegradable and a renewable resource.

The fashion industry, in which cashmere material is widely used, is responsible for ten percent of global carbon emissions—more than international flights and maritime shipping combined. If the industry continues on its current path, by 2050 it could use more than 26 percent of the carbon budget associated with a two-degree Celsius [climate change limit] pathway. That is over a quarter of the world’s carbon budget.


As a cashmere supplier with a place in the global fashion industry, we deeply understand and are fully committed to changing this:

Refuse to participate in non-biodegradable man-made fibre products that will cause a lot of pollution when produced and destroyed; advocate for and fully develop cashmere, a sustainable, renewable, and biodegradable pure natural animal fibre fabric.


Low-carbon production: We are the pioneers of low-carbon cashmere—the world's first enterprise that uses photovoltaic energy to produce cashmere.

Full-chain protective production. We have independent pastures, independent scientific research, and independent protection of craftsmanship. Protect cashmere goat breeds through patented breeding technology; realise raw material retention; and maximise utility through classified shaving, protective fleece technology, and low-temperature cold carding technology.

We have and provide cashmere product recycling and reproduction services, and we even encourage our end customers to recycle for a fee under our own brand so as to minimise environmental pollution and waste.

Cooperate with the local government, require high standards for our own pastures and cooperative pastures, and prohibit the regeneration of pastures damaged by overgrazing.

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