Case Study / 07 Mar 2014
Sustainable Fashion Academy (SFA)
Trucost worked with the SFA and The Prince’s Charities International Sustainability Unit to assess the challenges to mainstreaming natural capital accounting.
The Sustainable Fashion Academy (SFA) has been advising, educating and training senior management and professionals from leading apparel brands and retailers since 2008.
Trucost worked with the SFA and The Prince’s Charities International Sustainability Unit to assess the challenges to mainstreaming natural capital accounting in the apparel sector and increase awareness of the power of natural and social capital accounting to accelerate sustainable practices.
White Paper: Natural and Social Capital Accounting in the Apparel Sector (publication)
Is fashion undervalued? (video)
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