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SDGs for Better Fashion
Description/achievement of initiative

Being Fashion, the second largest polluting industry in the world, it is of high relevance to integrate the aims of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals into this industry. The aim of the commitment, is to tackle the environmental and social issues related to fashion production and consumption: Implementation of sustainable design strategies, promoting the use of sustainable technologies and appropriate resource management throughout the textile supply chain, proposing new business models and engaging with consumers for better consumption habits.

Implementation methodologies

SDGs for better fashion, will engage with: 1. Students: Providing knowledge about the SDGs and the relation to fashion to Fashion design-related students from universities, since they will be the front force of the market in the next years. 2. Companies: Lectures in industry events and conferences and through tailor-made workshops and individual advisory to help fashion and textile companies align their sustainable initiatives and reporting to the aims of the SDGs. 3. Consumers: Engaging with consumers is crucial to the realization of sustainable initiatives. Consumers will be engaged through lectures and exhibitions open for the public.

Arrangements for Capacity-Building and Technology Transfer

Capacity Building will be done IN PERSON, trough lectures and workshops; as well as with public exhibitions.

Coordination mechanisms/governance structure

The initiative "SDGs for Better Fashion" will be coordinated by Mutual adjustment; where the members of the staff will conduct the activities interdependently and communicate with each other of the progress.

Partner(s)

re/GENERATE
Progress reports
Goal 4
Goal 9
Goal 12
Goal 13
April 2019
Reach 100 fashion design students through the SDGs for Fashion workshop.
December 2018
Engage in at least 3 public events to reach consumers via keynote or exhibition.
Staff / Technical expertise
Staff with an expertise in: fashion design and garment construction, sustainable agriculture practices for textiles, sustainable fashion business and communications & sustainable supply chain management.

Basic information
Time-frame: January 2018 - December 2030
Partners
re/GENERATE
Countries
Contact information
Melissa Ortuno de Leon, Co-founder, melissa.ortleon@gmail.com
United Nations