To improve sustainability, the EU is working on the Ecodesign for Sustainable Products Requirements (ESPR) proposal
In an increasingly climate-aware world, a large business not focusing on improving its carbon footprint is leaving itself open to significant criticism. Consumers are increasingly becoming concerned with whether the materials used to make the items they buy are sustainably sourced and made in environments with good labour conditions.
As a result, supply chain traceability is being more widely discussed and embraced, particularly in the fashion industry. This is when different elements of a product can be tracked as it moves from being a raw good to a finished product. Read more