A political commitment to measure the land, materials, water and carbon used across the supply chain to meet our current consumption levels. The basis of personal needs is not only the definition of the Ethical consumerism but also on the basis of the human needs of society and the environment consist of ethical consumerism. This means between ethical consumption and green consumption for a role to provide sustainability of the product lifecyle time
The literature survey of the ethical fashion and style of the textile firms and using the sociable responsible marketing strategy has widely spaced. There is lack of reports, research area and analysis which consist of social, ethical and enviromental sustainability life for production and consumption in this region of bazaar, demand for goods or services. This study can provide general information and view of this topic and a new model approach considering balance of sustainable production and consumption for clothing sector
The aim of this paper is to identify the linkage between the sustainability dimensions is reporting and the financial performance of extensive social and environmental impact assessments should also underpin new legislation on the procurement, the environmental impacts of wasteful consumption of luxury items, including electronic goods, should be prioritised and also it purposes to evaluate the problems, topics of the social and enviromental sustainability in the textile-apparel industrial sector.
Consumption, enviromental impacts, financial performance, production, sustainability.
Ayşenur Erdil is with the Department of Industrial Engineering, Yalova-Marmara University, Yalova 77 000 Turkey (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Erturul Tacgın is with the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Marmara University, Kadıkoy 34000 Turkey.
Ayşenur Erdil and Erturul Tacgın, "
Regarding the Sustainable Development Strategies and Perspectives of Consumers on the Lifecyle Time of Products and Service," Journal of Economics, Business and Management vol. 4, no. 6, pp.