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The Higg Index

The Higg Index is a suite of tools that enables brands, retailers, and facilities of all sizes and every stage in their sustainability journey to accurately measure and score a company or product’s sustainability performance. We deliver a holistic overview that empowers businesses to make meaningful improvements that protect the well-being of factory workers, local communities, and communities.

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The Higg Index

The Higg Index is a suite of tools that enables brands, retailers, and facilities of all sizes and every stage in their sustainability journey to accurately measure and score a company or product’s sustainability performance. We deliver a holistic overview that empowers businesses to make meaningful improvements that protect the well-being of factory workers, local communities, and communities.

Benefits

Efficiency is increased, savings are made, and innovation is sparked.

Brands and retailers engage with manufacturing partners in more constructive ways when manufacturers complete their own assessments.

Tools for Product, Facilities, Brands and Retail

Main Features

Collaborate with the largest and most diverse industry network focused on creating transformative change.

Brands and retailers see much deeper into their supply chain than ever before.

Primary Audience

Retailers and Brands

Companies looking to decrease their environmental impact

Apparel Industry organizations improving supply chain

Benefits

Efficiency is increased, savings are made, and innovation is sparked.

Brands and retailers engage with manufacturing partners in more constructive ways when manufacturers complete their own assessments.

Tools for Product, Facilities, Brands and Retail

Main Features

Collaborate with the largest and most diverse industry network focused on creating transformative change.

Brands and retailers see much deeper into their supply chain than ever before.

Primary Audience

Retailers and Brands

Companies looking to decrease their environmental impact

Apparel Industry organizations improving supply chain

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Rick Ridgeway

VP Environmental Initiatives

Patagonia

The theory of change of the SAC is straightforward and profound: putting standardized sustainability measurements that are both deep and profound in the hands of key decision-makers in the apparel and footwear value chain will incentivize them to make better decisions that collectively reduce the environmental impact and increase the social justice of the entire industry.