We are impatient changemakers. We cannot choose wich planet to stay or when to be born, but we can choose how to live with it and also inspire others to do the same.
When consumerism and capitalism spreading around the would, it is extremely challenging to do things differently. When people already get used to easy, convenient and cheap ways to enjoy their products, that's basically no turning back.
What we wanna do is to start with brands and supply chain itself. Rather than point fingers at each other, we offer assistance to make step-by-step improvements.
How we define Sustainable Supply Chain?
Public Sustainable Commitment
Sustainable Product or Process
Planet-based product / process
Non-renewable Energy consumption reduction
Greenhouse gas emission reduction
Fresh Water consumption reduction
Hazardous Chemical use reduction
Toxic Air emission reduction
Increase Animal Welfare
Materials including but not limit to natural fibers, recycled materials and cellulostic materials.
Documents including but not limit to Blue Angel, Bluesign, Cradle to Cradle, GOTS, GRS, Oeko-tex 100 & STeP, Organic Content Standard 100/Blended (OCS), RDS, Green Factory, Taiwan Green Mark.
Society-based product / process
Fair living wage
No Conflict metals
Decent working environment
Respect human value
Enrich people lives
Documents including but not limit to Ethical Trading Initiatives, Fair Labor Association, Fairtrade, Fair Wear Foundation, ILO conventions, SA 8000 Standard, ISO 26000, RBA, World FairTrade Organization, Workers Rights Consortium, Better Work.
Culture-based product / process
Local and artisanal production
Pristine skills and materials
We are not aware any certification could cover cultural aspect, and we also believe no single certification could tell the cultural story comprehensively, therefore we would confirm the products based on onsite review, if that's possible.