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Sustainability impact points
We know water to be a fundamental resource in our ecosystems. However, its use in production is mostly invisible, both in the product and to the consumer. Scoring high under this pillar means having suitable water management, monitoring and recycling practices in place. We assess brands accordingly.Find out more here.
Pollution in the air is not always visible to the eye. However, we know levels of CO2 to be the highest in history, fundamentally contributing to climate change. To allow ourselves to see through the air that we breathe, brands scoring highly under this pillar commit to the use of renewable energy sources, the application of innovative energy consumption mechanisms and the participation in carbon off-setting initiatives.Find out more here.
Materials are the touchpoint between the brand and the customer. They play a key role in determining the quality, look and durability of an item. However, the production of materials impacts the environment in unprecedented ways: from the sourcing of raw materials and manufacturing to material waste. We assess the ways in which our brands respond to these critical aspects. If the response is good, we give brands maximum impacts points.Find out more here.
Work is fundamental to our society. As a precious asset however, it can become a target of exploitation. We understand that ethical production equates to sustainable production. To combine these two crucial aspects, we assess brands in terms of their capacity to safeguard working conditions and in turn, protect their workers.Find out more here.
Good is contagious. When you commit to a good cause, you allow for its message to spread faster and stronger. The more motivated you are, the more others will follow. This is why we examine our brands in terms of their commitment to practice and spread such ‘good’.Find out more here.