Take Action

We need your help to combat climate change.

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We can’t make meaningful progress toward our climate goals without input from every corner of the industry. That’s why we build spaces, systems, and initiatives that help everyone, from farmers to suppliers and brands, find the next step to take on their sustainability journey.


There are multiple ways to make an impact.

There’s no silver bullet solution to systems change and every company’s pathway will look different. That’s why we give the industry multiple ways to make an impact.

Build your fiber and materials strategy

Make sure that you’re taking a systematic approach to integrating preferred fibers and materials into your business.

Build Your Strategy

Participate in benchmarking

Use our Corporate Fiber and Materials Benchmark to report on your progress in materials sourcing and see how you compare to others.

Join in Benchmarking

Get certified to a standard

Certify your products to our standards to show your commitment to climate action and make claims that your customers can trust.

Get Certified

Commit to a fiber challenge

Join other brands in setting ambitious targets to source more sustainable cotton or recycled polyester, increasing these materials’ market share.

Commit to a Challenge

Use the Leather Impact Accelerator

Use our tools to address the challenges the industry faces around leather production and invest in moving the sector forward.

Use the Accelerator

Join a round table

Take part in one of our round table discussions for a specific fiber or material and help to create alignment on goals and actions.

Join a Round Table

Attend an event

Connect with industry leaders at one of our virtual or in-person events, as we work to map out the pathway to positive climate impact.

Attend an Event

Climate+ gives the industry a common goal.

Our Climate+ strategy gives companies across the fashion and textile industry a common goal. We’re working to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from fiber and material production by 45% by 2030, taking an interdisciplinary, interconnected approach that measures impact on soil health, water, and biodiversity too.

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