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Cascale: A transformative movement


Cascale: A transformative movement
Cascale: A transformative movement

Cascale, a global coalition comprising over 300 organizations from 30 different countries, is spearheading a transformative movement within the consumer goods industry. Their ambitious objective is to steer this sector towards a future characterized by sustainability, equity, and circularity. This mission is pursued through several strategic initiatives.


The Higg Index plays a crucial role by providing a comprehensive suite of tools designed to assess and enhance the environmental and social impacts of companies operating within the textile, apparel, and footwear industries. Next, the Decarbonization Program, which was inaugurated in 2022, challenges members to achieve a substantial 45% reduction in their greenhouse gas emissions by the year 2030. The organization fosters collaboration by partnering with like-minded organizations such as the Apparel Alliance and the Fair Wear Foundation, aiming to instigate widespread positive change throughout the industry.


The collective strength of Cascale's global community is a pivotal asset. Through the exchange of knowledge, the advocacy for policy reforms, and the promotion of industry best practices, the members of Cascale are united in their commitment to cultivating a more sustainable future.





This initiative holds significant implications for society at large. It heralds the advent of a healthier planet, with cleaner air, water, and land benefiting all. It promises a fairer world where garment workers enjoy improved working conditions and equitable treatment. Moreover, it envisages a brighter future where sustainable practices not only conserve the environment but also spur economic growth by creating new jobs and opening up new markets.


Cascale exemplifies the power of international efficient collaboration. Member organizations share knowledge and expertise, support each other, and advocate for policy change, becoming a powerful voice that cannot be ignored.

 

More information: https://cascale.org/




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