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8. SUSTAINABILITY REPORT: PRINCIPLES, TOOLS, ACTIVITIES

“Supplier of Sustainable Technologies”: ASSOMAC study on Sustainability.

We started from the Assomac project "Supplier of Sustainable Technology", which produced the "Green Label”, to illustrate how the concepts of environmental sustainability and circular economy combine with welfare and social inclusion.

To improve the interaction between the company and the environment, intermediate goods producers are required to perform a performance assessment, which allows them to express an opinion on the results of environmental management.

7. FOUR TRENDS THAT IMPACT ON SUSTAINABLE FASHION: GEOGRAPHICAL CHANGES, DIGITALIZATION, INTELLIGENT CONSUMPTION AND NEW MATERIALS

“Supplier of Sustainable Technologies”: ASSOMAC study on Sustainability.

 

 

Thirty-two global companies, world leaders in the fashion and textile sector, have signed the Fashion Pact, officially presented to the heads of states gathered during the Biarritz G7 (Sept 2019).

ASSOMAC AT “A NEW POINT OF VIEW”

FIERA MILANO RHO – MILAN, SEPTEMBER 22- 23

 

ASSOMAC Institutional booth, with the support of ITA Agency

With the possibility of opening again the trade fair and exhibition in Italy, ASSOMAC is working for planning its institutional presence at the Industry events, to the benefit of Associates Companies promotion:

with the support of ITA Agency, ASSOMAC will be present at “A NEW POINT OF VIEW” of Lineapelle.

4. WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THE FUTURE: "SUSTAINABLE BRANDS PARIS 2019", IMPACT REDUCTION SCENARIOS

“Supplier of Sustainable Technologies”: ASSOMAC study on Sustainability.

 

On April 23 and 25 (2019), was held in Paris, the city of COP21, the Sustainable Brands, the largest European conference on sustainability and innovation,; the state of sustainability and its future were discussed and eco-sustainable production processes

2. THE CONCEPT OF CIRCULAR ECONOMY COME IN EUROPE

“Supplier of Sustainable Technologies”: ASSOMAC study on Sustainability.

 

In a world where resource consumption is increasingly unsustainable, the circular economy is a strategic investment. Together, the global clothing and footwear industry accounts for about 8% of the world's greenhouse gas emissions. In this context, given 100 value to the emissions of the sector throughout its value chain, clothing produces 83% of it, while footwear 17%.

The Contribution of Technology to Sustainability

The digital revolution of recent years has led to radical changes in the behaviour and way of life of people. Its application in manufacturing processes has opened up new scenarios and introduced numerous challenges that, if seized, can become opportunities generated by both technological and management change. 

Becoming more efficient within a framework compliance with the sustainability parameters is the main challenge that the production processes will have to face in the coming year, particularly for sectors such as fashion that uses primary resources.