sustainabill aligns its strategy to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and helps you measure your contribution to the SDGs. Launched in 2015, the 17 SDGs of the 2030 Agenda are an action plan to address global challenges – such as inequality and climate change – and to achieve a better future for all. They are a universal development blueprint that applies to the entire international community. Businesses are in a unique position to help achieve the goals given the scale and impact of global supply chains.
IN TEXTILE SUPPLY CHAINS
The increasing complexity of where ‘the stuff we buy’ actually comes from has sparked interest in validating social and ecological quality as well as sustainability standards for consumer products. Making supply chains more transparent calls for new platforms like sustainabill. Download this whitepaper to see how you can uncover every step on the way from cotton to jeans, from raw material to final consumer product.
CHOSING THE RIGHT KPI FOR THE ECOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF PRODUCTS
When assessing sustainability, companies look for KPIs which allow to ensure ecological and cost efficiency. This scientific paper from sustainabill and the Wuppertal Institute describes how the Material Footprint can be used as an integral KPI to assess the ecological performance and raw material efficiency of products.