Sustainable Logistics in the Design and Production Phase

Sustainable Logistics in the Design and Production Phase

Charlie Bradley Ross Saturday, 1 October 2022

It goes without saying, how you source materials and make your products can have an enormous environmental impact. However, there are things that you can do in your design and production to ensure that your products have as positive an impact as possible. 

In this lesson, we break down the ways that you reduce the impact, and highlight some brands who are leading the way in implementing sustainable logistics in their production. 

In this video, you'll learn:

  • How local sourcing can help to reduce emissions
  • The other pros and cons of local sourcing
  • How brands Monika the Label, Gilda and Pearl and SOS use local sourcing in their businesses 
  • What cradle-to-cradle design means 
  • How brands Stella McCartney and Loop Swimwear use cradle-to-cradle principles in their design 
  • Other product considerations that can help to reduce emissions 

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