Sustainability in the supply chain

How suppliers, brands should handle transparency, accountability in 2024

Transparency and accountability have superseded sustainability as the driving forces for fashion sourcing as we head towards 2024. In a…

How digital fashion, AI can transform fashion supply chains in 2024

Fashion supply chains have long been rooted in traditional models that have not kept pace with rapidly evolving consumer demands…

TextileGenesis expands traceability platform to include all materials

Widening its scope beyond sustainable and premium materials, the Lectra Group's newly added Supply Chain Discovery module traceability solution now…

Fashion for Good, Spring Lane Capital explore finances to scale sustainable fashion

Global sustainability initiative Fashion for Good has partnered with investment manager Spring Lane Capital to review the types of funding…

Week in review: Why decarbonisation has become fashion’s latest buzzword

The textile and apparel industry has built up a bit of a reputation when it comes to its environmental footprint.…

Three trends defining fashion sustainability compliance in 2024

During the business sustainability fireside chat at Sourcemap's Supply Chain Transparency Conference 2023, EcoVadis corporate development advisor Victoria Chartier revealed…

Sourcery announces key grower partnerships alongside new provisional programme in India

The Grower Partners taking part in this initiative are: Amiha Agro, a promoter of sustainable farming products. Delight Group produces…

Bestseller joins Maersk on its journey to lower carbon emissions

The ship set sail from Ulsan, South Korea, and is heading to Copenhagen, Denmark, for its name-giving ceremony. It will…

Sedex secures funds to drive sustainability in supply chains globally

Sedex explains that with LDC's input, it will further invest in developing its platform, tools and professional services, leveraging the…

The transition to a PFAS-free textile industry

Some brands, like L.L. Bean, Lululemon, Patagonia, etc. have vowed to steadily remove forever chemicals out of their production processes…