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The global fashion coalition committed to a common core of key environmental goals in three areas: stopping global warming, restoring biodiversity and protecting the oceans.

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When it comes to certifications that evaluate a business's impact on the environment and on humans, there are numerous options available depending on the market and business needs. Here you can find the most common ones.

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1. LCA (life cycle analysis)

Life Cycle Assessment - LCA is the methodology used to measure the environmental impact of a product or process along all the phases of its physical life cycle. With LCA we can evaluate and quantify the relationship between human beings and the environment thanks to the measurement of CO2 emissions.


2. SLCA (Social Life Cycle Assessment)

SLC as a methodology used to measure the social impact of a product or service during its life cycle. Social Life Cycle helps improve social performance within a company and introduces the process and product innovation.


3. EPD (Environmental Product Declaration)

Environmental Product Declaration or EPD is a label that certifies the environmental impact associated with a product or a service life cycle according to the international standard ISO 14025. EPD is the result of a life cycle assessment study (LCA). The Environmental Product Declaration allows to optimize production processes and reduce costs within the company and allows clear, transparent and objective communication along the entire production chain.


4. EcoLabel

Ecolabel is a European certification used to certify low impact products and services according to the EC 66/2010 regulation It helps to implement optimization actions on production processes and to identify areas of company waste reduction

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