The AWS is a global membership collaboration comprising businesses, NGOs and the public sector. Members contribute to the sustainability of local water-resources through the adoption and promotion of a universal framework for the sustainable use of water – the AWS Standard – that drives, recognizes and rewards good water stewardship performance.
The AWS Standard offers a credible, globally applicable framework for the textile industry to understand water use and impacts, and to work collaboratively and transparently with others to address shared water challenges.
Blue Bite is a leader in connected products, offering brands innovative ways to use connecting technologies like QR and NFC to communicate directly with their users via a phone. With Blue Bite’s patented, proprietary platform, brands deliver personalized mobile experiences at scale without the need to build thousands of webpages. This helps brands solve some of their most pressing challenges including product authentication, delivering personalized consumer experiences, enabling circularity, storytelling and driving additional sales. Blue Bite has enabled tens of millions of products for leading brands worldwide, including adidas, BVLGARI, Redken, eBay and many more.
Forests sustain life on earth and must be protected. That’s why the FSC® – a non-profit organization that covers over 200 million hectares of certified forests – provides a sustainable forest management solution that is trusted by NGOs, consumers, and businesses alike to ensure healthy and resilient forests, for all, forever.
As the most recognized and rigorous forest certification system, FSC’s “check tree” label – found on millions of products worldwide – verifies sustainable sourcing from forest to consumer.
FSC® places people at the forefront of its work standards because responsible forestry entails more than just protecting the health and resilience of forests but also the well-being of the people who live and work in them; community and family forest managers, Indigenous Peoples living on their ancestral lands, and workers whose livelihoods rely on forest products. Its core labour requirements offer transparency on how this is achieved.