Sustainability and Social Change in Fashion: Bundle Book + Studio Access Card (inbunden)
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Sustainability and Social Change in Fashion: Bundle Book + Studio Access Card (inbunden)

Sustainability and Social Change in Fashion: Bundle Book + Studio Access Card

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"This is a primer for future fashion game changers." Kelly Cobb, University of Delaware, US Learn how to be sustainable and work for social change in the fashion industry. The book explains concepts, applications, legal and regulatory issues, and tools available to professionals throughout the fashion industry. Call to Action Activities, case studies, Conversations with industry professionals, and Company Highlights in every chapter will help you practice sustainability in your career. Some of the featured companies include ABL Denim, Eileen Fisher, Patagonia, Alabama Chanin, Everlane, thredUP, Krochet Kids intl, Loomstate, and Conscious Step. Industry professionals interviewed include Treana Peake, Caryn Franklin, Annie Gullingsrud, Katherine Soucie, and Elizabeth Shorrock, among others. Online STUDIO resources include case studies, self-quizzes, and glossary flashcards.
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This is a primer for future fashion game changers. * Kelly Cobb, University of Delaware, US * There are other books out there but they all focus on specific aspects of sustainability in fashion. I am looking for a wider, more theoretical approach and I feel this book will fill those needs. * Brenda Brandley, Lethbridge College, US * The unique value lies in its combination of design and merchandising concepts. This integration of topics fills a gap in the teaching literature. The integrated discussion of topics is well done and aligns with my course because of the topics I cover, which include sustainable design, sourcing and social responsibility, and fair trade/trade policy. * Tasha Lewis, Cornell University, US * The comprehensive view of sustainability covers more topics than previous books I have used. * Lori A. Faulkner, Ferris State University, US *

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Leslie Davis Burns is President and Founder of Responsible Global Fashion LLC and Professor Emerita of Apparel Design and Merchandising at Oregon State University, US. A scholar and educator around topics related to the international apparel industries and consumer behaviour, Dr. Burns is the co-author of six books and over 65 research articles.


Preface Tenets of Sustainability and Social Change in Fashion Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice Product Life Cycle Longevity of Use Supply Chain Assurance and Transparency Sustainable Communities Sustainable Business Logistics and Retailing Chapter 1: Overview of Sustainability and Social Change in Fashion Objectives Defining Sustainability and Social Change Sustainability Environmental Sustainability Economic Sustainability Social Sustainability Cultural Sustainability Social Change Business Frameworks for Sustainability and Social Change Corporate Social Responsibility Framework Triple Bottom Line Framework Conscious Capitalism Certified B Corporations (TM) The Global Fashion Industry Historical Context Pre-Industrial Revolution Industrial Revolution Search for the Cheap Needle Today's Fashion Supply Chain Network Sustainability and Social Change in the Global Fashion Industry Sustainability and Fashion Social Change and Fashion Issues and Challenges around Sustainability in the Global Fashion Industry Textile Industry Cotton Production Wool Production Manufactured Fibers Leather Production Apparel Production Textile-Apparel-Retail Supply Chain Energy Use Use of Hazardous Chemicals Use of Conflict Minerals Over-consumption and Post-Consumer Textile Waste Summary Key Terms Case Study: Should Everlane Pursue Becoming a B Corporation (TM) ? Call to Action Activity: What's in Your Closet? Responsible Wool Standard: Conversation with Jeanne Carver References and Resources Chapter 2: Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice Objectives Overview of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice Diversity Age Gender Culture, Race, and Ethnicity Socioeconomic Status Disability Ideals of Attractiveness Equity Inclusion Social Justice Inclusive and Equitable Fashion Products Universal Design Ability Inclusive Size Inclusive Gender Inclusive Advancing Cultural and Ethnic Sustainability Diverse and Inclusive Imagery and Promotion of Fashion Products Company Policies, Procedures, and Advocacy Internal Diversity Programs Supplier/Vendor Diversity Programs External Policy Advocacy Summary Key Terms Case Study: Kowtow: Adding a Unisex/Gender Neutral Collection Call to Action Activities Creating an Infographic Around Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Recognizing Fashion Brands that Create Universal Designs Activate. Commentate. Motivate: Conversation with Caryn Franklin Company Highlight: Adaptive Apparel That's Fashionable? ABL Denim Meets the Challenge References and Resources Chapter 3: Product Life Cycle Objectives Product Life Cycle and Product Life Cycle Assessment Life Cycle Assessment of Cotton Life Cycle Assessment of a Pair of Levi's (R) 501 (R) Jeans Self-Assessment Tools for Fashion Brand Companies Higg Index Organic Cotton Sustainability Assessment Tool (OC-SAT) Water Risk Tools Strategies to Decrease the Environmental Impact of Fashion Products Use of Environmentally Responsible Materials Commercially Available Materials Materials for Proprietary Use Reduced Water Consumption Using Less Water to Grow Cotton Eliminating Chemicals in Wastewater and Recycling Water in Fiber/Fabric Processing Using Less Water in Fiber/Fabric Processing Reducing Water Use in Laundering and Care of Apparel Decreased Reliance on Fossil Fuels and Increased Use of Renewable Energy Sources Carbon Footprinting Closed-Loop Recycling Systems Alternatives to Conventional Synthetic Fibers Energy Use Reduced Textile Waste Types of Textile Waste Strategies for Reducing Pre-Consumer Textile Waste Strategies for Reducing Post-Consumer Textile Waste Laws, Regulations, Industry Standards, and Certifications Laws and Regulations Industry Standards, Certifications, and Labeling Programs Better Cotton Standard System Blue Angel (der Blaue Engel) bluesign (R) Standard and Certification Cradle to Cradle (R) Certification EU