By  on June 6, 2018

LONDON — Fashion’s got sustainability issues — a toxic truckload of them — and not all of them can, or will, be solved. That doesn’t matter to organizers of the second Omina fashion and sustainability summit, which will take place in San José, Costa Rica from June 7-9 and focus on finding solutions to problems large and small, local and international.

Omina cofounders Andrea Somma and Carmen Busquets aren’t looking to change the industry on a grand scale all at once. Instead, their aim instead is to empower people and businesses to live and work in a more sustainable way.

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