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>> BiodiversityCert©


FFBS-Fashion for Biodiversity Solutions presenting FFBS-ID, which is a hybrid (NFT+RFID) digital ID, where the journey of fashion articles can be visualized from T1 to T5.

Its impact on environment and biodiversity, can be assessed in real-time. It is blockchain-based, and traceability is extended to T5, with the help of triangular auditing. This can help brands measure their actual impact, so that steps can be taken to meet their compliances, and other sustainability goals.


>> FFBS-ID provides biodiversity assessment of each fashion article, through which brands can understanding their commitment or roadmap to Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), and their readiness for EU action plan for circularity. Real time data for Co2 and other GHGs can be helpful, in measuring their ESG scores, which is going to be important in near future


Biodiversity Assessment in the Fashion Supply Chain

>> FFBS is the first fashion traceability solution, to include the impact on the environment or biodiversity, during the entire fashion supply chain

It collects high-definition data captured by hyperspectral sensors across the electromagnetic spectrum in very narrow bands, able to detect recognizable “fingerprints” of different species of plants, trees, birds, animals, et al. It uses AI in monitoring biodiversity in the Anthropocene, to track changes in species distribution models in recent history, because of raw material procurements.


By observing landscape indicators over time and across the world, FFBS can perform as an early warning system, highlighting where the biggest threats to biodiversity are, and where interventions should be focused. The research team, also suggests the prevention of further biodiversity loss, as well as restoring healthy levels.

>> FFBS helps in creating a balance between economy and ecology by helping brands safeguard the requirements, for natural resources and supporting, to find a model, where biological loss can be avoided.


>> Decarbonizing Fashion-Supply-Chain

The fashion industry was responsible for some 2.1 billion metric tons of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in 2018, about 4 percent of the global total. The calculations are so surprising, that the supply chain of fashion emits about the same quantity of GHGs per year, as the entire economies of France, Germany, and the United Kingdom combined.


Triangular Auditing by FFBS helps brands understand their GHG emission in real time, and suggests steps to be taken to minimize it.

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