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U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol Welcomes First Members in Latin America

Trust Protocol to help enable a fully transparent textile supply chain for brands working to improve their sustainability MEMPHIS, TENN. – (Jan. 14, 2021) – Today the U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol welcomed its first Latin America-based members: Central America Spinning Works El Salvador, Cone Mills, Colhilados, Fabricato, Gama Textil, Global Textiles, Grupo Industrial Miro, Grupo …

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2020 Textile Exchange Sustainability Conference

Episode 5 of Smarter Conversations On this episode of the Smarter Conversations Podcast, La Rhea Pepper, CEO of Textile Exchange, and Dr. Andrew Jordan, cotton sustainability consultant, speak about sustainability goals within the cotton industry. Having shared a panel on soil health at the Textile Exchange 2020 Sustainability Conference in the first week of November, …

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First 10 U.S. Mills sign up to the U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol

Buhler Quality Yarns, Cap Yarns, CCW, Contempora Fabrics, Cotswold Industries Inc., Frontier Yarns, Hamrick Mills, Inman Mills, Parkdale Inc., Swisstex Direct join Trust Protocol to help enable a fully transparent supply chain MEMPHIS, TENN. (December 14, 2020) – Today the U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol welcomes its first 10 U.S. cotton textile manufacturers – Buhler Quality …

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No Sustainable Improvement without Tracking

Episode 4 of Smarter Conversations This is a scene-setting episode talking about the U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol, how it fits in to the sustainability landscape, why it’s important. Our guests talk about what the Trust Protocol can offer for its members. Listen to the Podcast on SoundCloud Listen to the Podcast on Anchor https://dev.trustuscotton.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Smarter-Conversations-SeriesIntro-audiogram.mp4

U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol joins the Cotton 2040’s platform and sustainability guide

Trust Protocol recognized for its verified farm-level data and constant improvement as Cotton 2040 aims to encourage the use of sustainable cotton Memphis, Nov. 9, 2020 — The U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol has been invited to join Cotton 2040. Convened by sustainability nonprofit Forum for the Future, the Cotton 2040 coalition is a unique partnership that brings together representatives from standards, producers, brands and retailers, and existing …

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U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol Announces NEW DATES for Regional Grower webinars

Growers should join to learn how they can benefit and how collectively this will help increase demand for U.S. cotton globally.   MEMPHIS, TENN. (November 5, 2020) – The U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol, which aims to give brands and retailers the critical assurances that they need to source U.S. cotton, has announced a new slate …

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Fashion and textiles industry keen to go green despite COVID-19 pandemic

New research shows business leaders at top fashion, retail and textile businesses are putting sustainability drive first, despite COVID-19 pandemic The power of data in the effort to ‘go green’ is well recognized, but patchy performance suggests more access to better quality data needed to help turbocharge change Despite Covid-19, fashion leaders are confident that …

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U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol works with the Economist Intelligence Unit to ask, “Is Sustainability in Fashion?”

In recent months, we’ve been hard at work with the Economist Intelligence Unit exploring a key question at the forefront of everyone’s mind in the fashion, retail and textiles industry – to what extent is sustainability a key focus for the industry, especially now given the impact of COVID-19?  It’s an important question and one that the Economist …

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