Litter Less Campaign schools in Ireland focused on the topic of sustainable fashion and conducted awareness-raising activities about the environmental consequences of the fast fashion industry.

St Aloysius Secondary School in Cork organized a Christmas clothes swap-shop in an effort to reduce the environmental impact of fast fashion. Every student was invited to bring three items of clothing to school and exchange them for three items donated by other students, instead of buying new clothes in the run-up to Christmas. Click here to read the full story.

Coláiste Nano Nagle in Limerick created a mixed media entry which involved social media and a school newsletter to raise awareness of the issue of fast fashion to the school population and the local community.  Report and photos can be seen here: 

Maha Shahzadi from Coláiste Nano Nagle Limrerick produced this excellent video about the environmental and social impacts of fast fashion: