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ENVIRONMENT & THE SUPPLY CHAIN
Our supply chain is a very important piece of the sustainability puzzle, where both people and planet are key stakeholders of our actions. On this page we will focus on environmental issues in the supply chain and what we are doing for our planet.
Learn more about NA-KD's commitments for Climate Action here. To learn more about what we’re doing for people working in our supply chain, please read more here.
There is a heavy dependence on natural resources within the fashion industry, at the same time it‚Äôs senseless that so many clothes and discarded textiles end up in landfill. It is obvious that the fashion industry needs to change. At NA‚ÄĎKD, we are committed to do our part of transforming the fashion industry to become more and more sustainable.
All our new suppliers agree to
  • Share environmental data with NA‚ÄĎKD through the Higg Index Facility Environmental Module (FEM), hosted by Worldly.
  • Hold certificate(s) for production with recycled or organic materials; for example OCS certified organic cotton or RCS certified recycled polyester, or be able to produce with other lower impact materials.
  • Sign our supplier Code of Conduct and have a valid social audit that is renewed continuously. Read more on that here.
  • Be open to collaborate for traceability and transparency.
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The supply chain environmental challenges
The fashion industry has a significant impact on climate change, ranging somewhere between 3‚Äď10% of total greenhouse gas emissions. Raw materials, yarn and fabric production as well as garment manufacturing represents more than 80% of greenhouse gas emissions. Production also comes with environmental challenges such as water usage, scarcity and discharge, chemical use and potential pollutions, as well as impacts on soils and biodiversity. That‚Äôs why we at NA‚ÄĎKD think it‚Äôs of essence to address the environmental challenges in the entire fashion supply chain. We have identified our highest risks of environmental impacts and you can find them here.
Finding the sustainability hot spots
Continuous improvements to reduce environmental impact is an integral part of the day-to-day work for us at NA‚ÄĎKD and for our partners. We use the Higg Index Facility Environmental Module (FEM) through our collaboration with the Sustainable Apparel Coalition. The Higg Index is a performance platform that identifies, tracks and manages environmental impacts of a facility over time. It enables identification of sustainability hotspots and improvement opportunities. See our most recent Sustainability Report to get the latest updates on our status.
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The Higg Index FEM focuses on seven areas of environmental sustainability in our production:
  1. ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYTEMS (EMS)
  2. ENERGY USE & GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS
  3. Water Use and Wastewater
  4. WATER USE
  5. WASTE WATER
  6. WASTE MANAGEMENT
  7. AIR EMISSIONS
  8. CHEMICAL MANAGEMENT
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OUR CLIMATE IMPACT
To understand more about the climate impact from our supply chain, we have calculated our climate footprint according to the GHG protocol. We have also set bold reduction targets and will work actively to reduce emissions across our value chain. The supply chain in naturally in focus of this work as it stands for the largest share of our emissions.
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