Though we’re more educated on why the textile industry is making sustainability a top concern, it’s equally important to know how the industry is embracing these sustainable practices. In an article from Transparency-One
, it explains that textile producers and retailers now go through an intricate process that involves assessment, certifications, and research in order to make
sure their products and services are as sustainable as possible. In recent years, tools have been invented to grade the environmental impacts of textile supply chains; if a problem is detected during the assessment stage, it can quickly and easily be resolved. It goes on to describe how certain organizations inspect textile factories, guaranteeing that strict production methods and labor conditions are met. This helps keep the short-term and long-term impacts on Mother Nature top-of-mind.