Botanic Evening Event

Botanic evening event

In the evening of the day of the symposium, Lenzing organized a customer event. More than 180 guests were invited and flocked to the amphitheatre of the Botanic Gardens. With „living botany“ as the motto, the theatre was transformed into a fairy-tale arena. The internationally reputed Austrian story teller, Folke Tegetthoff, wrote a „fairy-tale about Nature“, which puts the spotlight on the naturalness of cellulose fibers. Tegetthoff read the fairy-tale himself, accompanied by a dance performance by the CAPA Show-Group.

Speaker:
Mr. Friedrich Weninger
Lenzing Fibers, Vice President, GM Business Unit Textile Fibers

Mr. Folke Tegetthoff - story teller

Dance Performance: CAPA Show-Group

Lenzing Botanic Symposium, Botanic Garden - Paris, Feb. 2008

Botanic Evening Event

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Posted: February 21 2008, 02:51 PM by: marketing@lenzing.com
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Lenzing Botanic Symposium - Discussion

Lenzing Botanic Symposium - Paris, Feb. 2008

Discussion

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Reducing the Impact of Textiles on the Environment

John Mowbray, RITE Steering Committee, GB

Reducing the impact of textiles on the environment

Lenzing Botanic Symposium, Paris - Feb. 2008

 

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bluesign technologies ag

Detlef Fischer, Bluesign Technologies AG, Vice President, Germany

Bluesign, a textile label, established in the year 2000, to guarantee eco-compatible processing steps in the textile industry.

Lenzing Botanic Symposium - Paris, Feb. 2008

Lecture Detlef Fischer

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Phytochemical studies on plant derived fibers

Dr. Chlodwig Franz, Institute for Applied Botany and Pharmacognosy, Austria

First-ever presentation of study instigated by Lenzing concerning plant essences in Lenzing fibers.

Lenzing Botanic Symposium - Paris, Feb. 2008

Lecture Dr. Chlodwig FRANZ

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Making the difference: sustainability production of natural clothes

Rolf Heimann, Hess Natur Textilien GmbH, Head of Innovation and the environment, Germany

Hess Natur is the greatest sender of natural textiles in the German speaking area. Heimann presented the holistic concept of Hess Natur with consideration to ethnic and eco-relevant aspects.

Lenzing Botanic Symposium - Paris, Feb. 2008

Lecture Rolf HEIMANN

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Challenging Sustainability: Innovations creating the future

Dr. Alfred Strigl, Institute for Sustainable Development, General Manager, Austria

The institute was founded in 1995 and advises companies with the implementation of sustainability concepts. The talk gave an overview of the current, global sustainability discussion. 

Lenzing Botanic Symposium - Paris, Feb. 2008

Lecture Dr. Alfred STRIGL

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Going Green in the Textile World

Marci Zaroff, Under the Canopy, President, USA

The company was founded in 1996 and was a pioneer in eco fashion in the USA. Zaroff reported on her experience and presented the eco concept.

Lenzing Botanic Symposium - Paris, Feb. 2008

Lecture Marci ZAROFF

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