Many executives argue the myriad of acronyms in sustainable fashion complicates the overarching mission. This guide hopes to explain common jargon and abbreviations.
We have recently become aware of unauthorized activities in which individuals are falsely using the name of the Sustainable Apparel Coalition (SAC) to offer opportunities related to clothing resale and job-related training.
These activities are in no way associated with or endorsed by the SAC.
We understand that these unauthorized activities may have caused confusion and inconvenience to a number of individuals, and we deeply regret any misunderstanding.
For any individual who has been affected by this, we strongly advise caution and recommend reporting any such offers or solicitations to the local authorities.
We are committed to ensuring the SAC name and reputation remain untarnished and will take all necessary measures to prevent further incidents of this nature.
For inquiries related to this matter, please contact us.
Collaboration is the catalyst for change. As we eagerly await the Higg FEM 4.0 launch on November 2, it’s important for us to share the journey of how – and why – we arrived here. We’re proud to have walked this path hand in hand with our members, partner organizations, and stakeholders to build a tool that reflects the collective spirit of making meaningful, measurable impact on the industry’s most urgent issues.
In the aftermath of the invigorating New York Climate Week, our entire organization came together to ensure the success of our Annual Meeting. The magnitude and depth of this event was not merely a reflection of our organizational prowess but a testament to the expansive vision SAC embodies.