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Published on Wednesday, 01 December 2010

Nike releases sustainable design tool

Written by John Mowbray

Nike labelsOREGON - Nike has today released its much anticipated open-source design tool which will help the company and the rest of the industry to reduce the environmental footprint of clothing and footwear.

The new software-based ‘Environmental Apparel Design Tool’ was designed and built by Nike over seven years with a US$6 million investment and is based on Nike’s Considered Design Index. The aim is to accelerate collaboration between companies, fast-track sustainable innovation and decrease the use of natural resources like oil and water.


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