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The study reveals that many still don’t have the supply chain transparency they need to quickly change course in a landscape fraught with risks that require them to respond — responsibly — to sudden market shifts.

The new yarn is made from sustainably sourced wood pulp.

This week I had the pleasure of being a guest on The Suuchi Podcast, hosted by Lorenzo Gerena. We discussed a wide range of topics, from offshore vs. U.S. manufacturing to the growing importance of visibility and sustainability, and how technology is changing the industry.

bluesign technologies and Textile Exchange are collaborating on back-to-back conferences that will cover the most important sustainability challenges facing the textile and apparel sector. The 5th bluesign® conference is hosted biannually by bluesign technologies.

The manufacturing facility, which will allow U.S. companies to produce closer to home, expects 100 employees on board by year’s end.

Modern day “Made in America” is about much more than pumping out product stateside in Anytown, USA.

Find out how field-level sustainability data can be used to strengthen business relationships and results in agricultural supply chains from this new report published by Denim brand Wrangler® and farm-management software company, MyFarms℠.

Kenai developed a unique “closed-loop” textile program in which the fabric waste generated from MassCor’s clothing shops will be recycled, instead of discarded.

In this exclusive Apparel Magazine report, you’ll find inspiring profiles of tomorrow’s young leaders evolving our industry for the future.

The Top Millennials (and one Gen Zer): the headlines might have you believe they’re all entitled, lazy, [insert negative adjective here] but as you’ll see from this collection of outstanding young professionals, the under-30 crowd has the entrepreneurial spirit in spades.

Fortunately, the same tools and procedures that companies use to manage supply chains also offer opportunities to manage their social and environmental impacts — and to mitigate some of those impacts.

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