“The challenge in the fashion industry for a more sustainable supply chain” is one of the topics discussed during the CSR and Social Innovation Exhibition which was held at Università Bocconi on the 2nd and 3rd of October.
The presentations focused on the relationship between fashion and sustainability, paying special attention to the development of the industry over the past few years, reviewing its business from an increasingly eco-sustainable perspective as regards the production chain.
Also Riri, firmly convinced that excellence requires attention to the environmental and social impacts all along the production chain, has presented its corporate approach based on quality and a unique value proposition.
Among the achievements mentioned by Riri during its presentation at the Exhibition it is worth mentioning the Corporate Footprint project which, through the monitoring and strategic assessment of water use and carbon dioxide emissions, has led to remarkable improvements of the environmental impact by the group (for more details, please refer to the report 2017: https://www.riri.com/company/ethics-and-sustainability/report/).
In an interview with Amapolà, Marco Bruno – QA Compliance, Corporate Responsability & HSE Group Manager at Riri – outlines the company’s approach to sustainability and the challenges in this regard for the fashion industry.
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The Swiss group, a firm believer in the ongoing optimisation of its performance levels, has also introduced the five improvement areas around which its current Sustainability Action Plan is being implemented: