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Apparel companies are investing in strategies to reduce their energy usage through practices that focus on reducing greenhouse gas emissions and changing distribution methods.


Sustainability Strategy: Energy Management

Sustainability Strategy Definition: Company focuses on practices to decrease greenhouse gas emissions by focusing on improving energy efficiency, changing distributions modes, and increasing the use of renewable energy

Mediating Factors:
  • Customer Loyalty: Attract an increasing number of conscious buyers & consumers, while reducing retention costs
  • Employee Relations: Improve employee workplace culture and retain talent
  • Operational Efficiency: Optimize corporate and supply chain efficiencies to lower cost and increase profits
  • Risk Management: Encourage risk mitigation and resilience within the value chain
  • Sales and Marketing: Increase volume of sales through brand and marketing policies
  • Supplier Relations: Improve upon the relationships between the company and its suppliers
  • Stakeholder Engagement: Improve goodwill amongst the broader stakeholder community (i.e. NGOs)
Mapping Sustainability Strategies, Practices, and Sub-Practices Across the Value Chain
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Energy Management Walkthrough

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