Sustainable Supply Chain

Ready to get started on your sustainable supply chain journey? OIA’s Sustainability Community has developed tools and resources to help make those first steps easy.


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GET STARTED TOOLKIT

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GETTING STARTED ONE-PAGERS

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OIA’S 5 EASY STEPS

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MEC CASE-LET ON SUSTAINABLE MATERIALS

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GETTING STARTED GUIDE – SUSTAINABLE MATERIALS

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GETTING STARTED GUIDE – CHEMICALS MANAGEMENT

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SUPPLY CHAIN MAPPING GUIDE

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TEXTILE & TEXTILE CHEMISTRY SUPPLY NETWORK

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    Microfibers

    These minuscule byproducts from cosmetics and clothing are causing big problems for the environment.

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    Microfibers
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    Chemicals Management

    Improving chemicals management and integrating more sustainable chemistry practices throughout the supply chain.

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    Higg Index
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    Animal Welfare

    Ensuring that animal-based materials like down, wool, and leather are sourced using responsible and ethical practices.

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    The Higg Index

    The Higg Index is a suite of tools that enables brands, retailers, and facilities of all sizes to accurately measure and score a company or product’s sustainability performance, empowering businesses to make meaningful improvements that protect the well-being of factory workers, local communities, and the environment.

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    Chemicals Management
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    Circular Economy

    Keeping products and materials out of landfills through robust product care and repair systems and guidance, increased durability and innovative materials, and design that encourages repair, recycling and reuse.

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    Circular Economy
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    Preferred Materials

    Your company’s materials usage is inextricably tied to global megatrends – climate change, modern slavery, peak oil, animal welfare, and toxic chemicals. Taking steps to use environmentally preferable materials is key to staying relevant in an evolving marketplace, keeping up with consumer demand, and meeting regulatory requirements.

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    Preferred Materials
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    Social Responsibility

    We are responsible for the social and ethical conditions in sourcing the products we make throughout the supply chain.

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    Social Responsibility
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AMY HORTON

Senior Director of Sustainable Business Innovation

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JESSIE CURRY

Sustainable Business Innovation Manager

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