Fashion is one of the biggest polluter in the world
So, what do you do about it ?
CO2 Gaz & Air Pollution
tons of greenhouse gases are generated by
the fashion industry each year. 10% emissions globally
of world's drinking water is used to produced our clothes.
26% Pesticides sold in the world are for cultivation of cotton!
92 Million tons
Of textile waste is created annually from the fashion industry. Shockingly, every second, the equivalent of one garbage truck of textiles is landfilled or burned globally.
The clock is ticking, it's not if it's when you are making a change!
Sustainability is not a choice, it's a necessity!
It's time to rethink your Sustainable Manufacturing
Whysebird supports you on 5 operational and practical solutions
Define your Roadmap | Strategy
Where do you start from and what is your vision? How do you find your way in this galaxy of certifications, regulations and labels... what are the relevant KPIs to put in place, how to efficiently measure your progress.
Source better materials
The biggest impact you can make is on how you source your raw materials, you want to know more about the existing solutions and your alternatives. You search for the partners to help you to develop a better offer.
Have Well-informed People
You work with so many stakeholders in your Supply chain, you face challenges in collaboration and sharing knowledge. You need to share knowledge with your internal and external teams, your supply chain and your customers to raise awareness.
Bring new Technologies | Processes
You want to know more about circular economy principles, which are the disruptive technologies to consider to preserve resources.
Protect the planet
You want to better manage your resources (water, air, energy), control your chemicals inputs, respect forest and land rights. You think of reducing your waste and re-evaluating your inventory.
New PODCAST COLLAB!
How are luxury fashion houses embracing the circular economy (or not)
Check out this podcast and chat I had with Chidubem on the fashion industry's journey towards being circular and sustainable.
It's called "the Impact Fashion Podcast" and It's available on Spotify and Apple podcast.
#sustainability #fashionindustry #podcast #circularfashion
Books to recommend
| To go beyond |
You are curious to know more about sustainability and circular economy, Whysebird has selectedf few books for you
I’ve spent 17+ years in the Fashion and Luxury industry leading global teams in small and large organisations, holding senior positions including 7 years at Burberry in the Supply Chain department. And then, I decided to explore new territories (...)