Can pocketwear become smaller, more convenient, self-defined, and sustainable? Pocketwear brand Secrid definitely thinks it can. So they measured their environmental impact to prove- and improve it.
Environmental emissions can be direct or indirect – Scope 1, 2, or 3. But the differences between the industries say a lot about the potential to improve.
Everyone loves to talk about sustainability. But what do you actually do about it? Measuring your activities against the Sustainability Maturity Path provides a clarifying look at it.
Their fashion shouldn’t only make women feel good, says Jan-Willem van Loon, who owns Studio Anneloes together with his wife Anneloes. It should also enable them to make better choices for the planet. That’s why they decided to measure and improve their environmental footprint.
In sustainability, capacity building means building skills and competencies to empower sustainable change. But it all starts with awareness.
MUD Jeans started measuring their footprint early – and now they can reap the first results.
The PEF methodology will radically change how we calculate and compare footprints. And it might be implemented next year.
You barely hear who’s behind the biggest denim brands in the world. But Saitex, the Vietnam-based manufacturer of jeans garments, is taking action to measure and improve their environmental performance.
Environmental Product Declarations are often used to showcase LCA results from business to business. But what is an EPD exactly?
A Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) measures the environmental impacts of a product or service. Learn all about LCA in our extensive guide.