Actions for nature

There are many positive actions that fashion companies can take to promote nature and biodiversity. These actions range in complexity and scale, from easier wins for ‘keeping pace’ and more progressive ideas, that’ll put you ‘ahead of the game’, to long-term strategies with potential for partnership and ‘changing the game’.

 

To decide which actions best fit your business, first map your biodiversity impact areas (from raw material production to end-of-life, scoring them ‘high’ to ‘low’ impact). Once you’ve determined where to focus your efforts, take inspiration from the actions we have detailed here.

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Pile of denim
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Become a member of Textiles 2030
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Educate your customers
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Fashion show about sustainability
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Sign up to The Fashion Pact
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Sustainable governance
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Have a traceable sourcing policy
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Participate in the Textile Exchange Biodiversity Benchmark
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Advocate for reuse and repair of garments
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Build circularity into your business
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Conduct a Life Cycle Assessment
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Single use plastic
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Reduce the use of virgin plastic
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Toxic dyes small
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Remove toxic dyes from your supply chain
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Recycle clothes
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Use recycled fibres in your garments
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