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Author Strand, Robert, author

Title Levi Strauss & Co. : driving adoption of green chemistry / Robert Strand, Martin Mulvihill
Published London : SAGE Publications Ltd, 2017
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SAGE Knowledge. Cases
Summary This case examines the challenges and opportunities faced by Levi Strauss & Co. (LS&Co.) as it attempts to help establish a cross-industry sustainability initiative to eliminate hazardous chemicals in the apparel supply chain. LS&Co.s Screened Chemistry Program screened chemical formulations against human and environmental health hazard endpoints before they chemicals entered the supply chain. This shift represents a radical departure from the status quo that requires widespread collaboration across the industry to implement. This case explores the associated challenges and opportunities to achieve cross-industry collaboration to achieve a sustainability objective
Notes Originally published: Strand, R., & Mulvihill, M. (2016). Levi Strauss & Co.: Driving adoption of green chemistry. The Berkeley-Haas Case Series. University of California, Berkeley. Haas School of Business
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Subject Levi Strauss and Company.
Jeans (Clothing) -- United States.
Clothing trade -- United States.
Hazardous substances -- United States.
Chemicals -- United States -- Safety measures.
Green chemistry -- United States.
Form Electronic book
Author Mulvihill, Martin, author
ISBN 9781526407603 (ebook)
Other Titles Levi Strauss and Co