Kirsi Laitala
Kirsi Laitala
Senior researcher, Consumption Research Norway (SIFO)
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Microfibres from apparel and home textiles: prospects for including microplastics in environmental sustainability assessment
B Henry, K Laitala, IG Klepp
Science of the total environment 652, 483-494, 2019
Consumers' clothing disposal behaviour–a synthesis of research results
K Laitala
International Journal of Consumer Studies 38 (5), 444-457, 2014
Potential for environmental improvements in laundering
K Laitala, C Boks, IG Klepp
International Journal of Consumer Studies 35 (2), 254-264, 2011
Sustainable clothing design: use matters
K Laitala, C Boks
Journal of Design Research 14 10 (1-2), 121-139, 2012
Changing laundry habits in Norway
K Laitala, IG Klepp, C Boks
International Journal of Consumer Studies 36 (2), 228-237, 2012
Does use matter? Comparison of environmental impacts of clothing based on fiber type
K Laitala, IG Klepp, B Henry
Sustainability 10 (7), 2524, 2018
Making Clothing Last: A Design Approach for Reducing the Environmental Impacts
K Laitala, C Boks, IG Klepp
International Journal of Design 9 (2), 93-107, 2015
Short food supply chains and their contributions to sustainability: Participants’ views and perceptions from 12 European cases
G Vittersø, H Torjusen, K Laitala, B Tocco, B Biasini, P Csillag, ...
Sustainability 11 (17), 4800, 2019
Understanding Consumer E-Waste Recycling Behavior: Introducing a New Economic Incentive to Increase the Collection Rates
T Shevchenko, K Laitala, Y Danko
Sustainability 11 (9), 2656, 2019
Materialised ideals: Sizes and beauty
KM Laitala, IG Klepp, B Hauge
Culture Unbound, 2011
Motivations for and against second-hand clothing acquisition
K Laitala, IG Klepp
Clothing cultures 5 (2), 247-262, 2018
Increasing repair of household appliances, mobile phones and clothing: Experiences from consumers and the repair industry
K Laitala, IG Klepp, V Haugrønning, H Throne-Holst, P Strandbakken
Journal of Cleaner Production 282 (1), 125349, 2021
Environmental impacts associated with the production, use, and end-of-life of a woollen garment
SG Wiedemann, L Biggs, B Nebel, K Bauch, K Laitala, IG Klepp, PG Swan, ...
The international journal of life cycle assessment 25 (8), 1486-1499, 2020
Environmental and ethical perceptions related to clothing labels among Norwegian consumers
K Laitala, IG Klepp
Research Journal of Textile and Apparel 17 (1), 50-58, 2013
Care and production of clothing in Norwegian homes: Environmental implications of mending and making practices
K Laitala, IG Klepp
Sustainability 10 (8), 2899, 2018
What’s the problem? Odor-control and the smell of sweat in sportswear
IG Klepp, M Buck, K Laitala, M Kjeldsberg
Fashion Practice 8 (2), 296-317, 2016
Environmental improvement by prolonging clothing use period
K Laitala, IG Klepp
Towards sustainability in the textile and fashion industry, 2011
Use phase of apparel: A literature review for Life Cycle Assessment with focus on wool
K Laitala, IG Klepp, B Henry
SIFO: Oslo, Norway, 162, 2017
Clothing consumption: An interdisciplinary approach to design for environmental improvement
K Laitala
Norwegian University of Science and Technology, 2014
Cleaning effect of household laundry detergents at low temperatures
K Laitala, HM Jensen
Tenside Surfactants Detergents 47, 413-420, 2010
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