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Sustainable Practices Materials Climate Behavior Supply Chain
100
What is the Triple Botton Line (TBL)?
Economic, Social, Environmental - the three dimensions of sustainability.
100
What are non-renewable resources?
Materials that are extracted from the lithosphere and cannot be put back.
100
What is Nature?
The source of all of our materials and also the sink of all of our waste.
100
What is Transparency?
The practice of disclosing an organization's supply chains it is visible to all stakeholders.
100
What is the circular economy?
An economic model that reuses and recycles all materials.
200
What is DFE?
Design for the Environment
200
What are the 2 main categories of fabric construction?
Woven and Knits
200
What is zero waste?
A carbon neutral action plan.
200
What is the job of a sustainability professional?
A vision and goal creator, project manager, sourcing agent, data analyst, report writer, educator.
200
What is a sustainable supply chain?
Water efficiency, decreased energy use, lowering transportation impacts.
300
What are SDGs?
Sustainable Development Goals
300
What is dematerialization?
A design-for-environment strategy in which you create the same product, but with less materials, to work towards sustainability.
300
What is climate change?
Long-term shifts in temperatures and weather patterns
300
What is Greenwashing?
Using misleading or overarching terms to make a company appear to be environmentally responsible.
300
What is cradle to grave?
A linear design and production process, where products go from extraction to landfills.
400
What does Higg MSI measure?
The impact/sustainability of materials.
400
What is petroleum?
Plastic and polyester are both derived from this natural resource.
400
What is virtual water?
The amount of embedded water that is in a product.
400
What is working towards sustainability in fashion?
Taking into consideration water usage consumed through production, overtime of factory workers, how material sand processes affect bio-diversity.
400
What is cradle to cradle?
A circular design and production process, where waste from one product becomes "food" for the next.
500
What is a Life Cycle Assessment (LCA)?
Measuring the environmental impacts of materials and products from cradle-to-grave.
500
What is Higg MSI?
A cradle-to-gate assessment tool using a life cycle assessment (LCA) approach to quantify the environmental impacts of materials.
500
What is carbon offsetting?
Actions and/or payments to external projects that help reduce and balance CO2 emissions.
500
What is a certified B Corp?
A for-profit company that is certified by the nonprofit B Lab as voluntarily meeting higher standards of transparency, accountability, and performance.
500
What is Better Cotton Initiative (BCI)
A cotton certification which promotes sustainable environmental and responsible social practices.




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