The European Parliament aims at strengthening legislation on deforestation through imports. Initially targeting six agricultural commodities (including leather, wood or palm oil),…
The Woolmark Company is making weaves with its latest Wear wool, not fossil fuels campaign. The aim of the spot is to…
Summer 2022 will have been marked by extreme climatic events, in France and around the world. Overwhelming heat waves, violent fires, torrential…
The chocolate industry is known for its potential ethical issues, mainly child labour and deforestation. Over the past few years, an increasing…
Biodiversity losses represent a direct threat to human beings, whose survival relies on no less than 50 000 wild species of plants…
Textile Exchange has just released its latest report on the use of “preferred materials” within the fashion industry, aiming at tracking “progress…
Until tomorrow, the 15th United Nations Convention of the Parties (COP) is being held in Abidjan, focusing this year on the fight…
The number of industries affected by the conflict is growing. The sustainable wood sector is one of them. Indeed, 35% of FSC-certified wood…
Sponsored by industry players but written independently, this paper offers a critical analysis of the various criticisms levelled at the sector, such…
The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has provided us with a new illustration of the pressure that is being exerted on our…
The war in Ukraine has brought to light a sensitive supply chain: that of Russian diamonds. For ethics reasons, some major jewellery…
Textile Exchange’s long-awaited and highly detailed report on regenerative agriculture is finally public! The study clarifies the principles of regenerative agriculture –…
We wish you a year rich in commitments, for long-lasting partnerships and exemplary supply-chains!
The last two articles we relayed to you highlighted the need for companies to commit to their upstream supply chains and raised…
A few days after the end of the COP 26, this article (re)confirms, through the Nutella’s case study, some of the fundamentals…
While COP 26 is in full swing and calls for action from civil society (among others!) are multiplying, some reports, such as…
One year ago, Textile Exchange was launching its Biodiversity Benchmark, which aimed at understanding how the fashion and textile industry raw material…
“Cotton is a so thirsty crop that it takes 20 000 liters of water to produce a single tee-shirt” “Cotton consumes 25%…
Agricultural commodities have always been subject to climatic hazards. The increase in the occurrence of extreme weather events accentuates this vulnerability, while…
Cotton is a fascinating natural raw material that Origem has been investigating and working on for a long time. Today, it is…
Proof that sourcing plays a major role in the implementation of sustainable strategies, the Footwear Distributors and Retailers of America (FDRA) is…
At a time when more and more brands are turning away from fur, the International Fur Federation (IFF) hopes to give it…
Since last Friday and until the 11th of September, the city of Marseille is hosting the IUCN World Conservation Congress, which should…
The new edition of the Fashion Transparency Index released every year by the Fashion Revolution organization reveals a very modest overall progress…
Textile Exchange has just released its so expected 2021 Organic cotton market report.    Key figures include :   Close to 250…
A new report published two weeks ago by The Business of Fashion and McKinsey unpacks the major trends that will shape the…
That is the bet of an American start-up rewarded for its ambitious innovation. The offer? An in-vitro cultivation technique described as “ten…
A few weeks ago, Textile Exchange released its new Material Change Insights 2020 report, a snapshot of where the industry stands in…
On the occasion of the World Environment Day, last Friday the 5th of June, the United Nations launched the UN Decade on…
The idea is not a new… However, a new cradle-to-grave life-cycle-analysis, focusing on a wool garment worn in Western Europe, just confirmed…