The Sustainability Consortium (TSC) is a global non-profit organization transforming the consumer goods industry to deliver more sustainable consumer products. We work to enable a world where people can lead fulfilled lives in a way that decouples their impacts on people and the planet.
WHAT WE OFFER
TSC is the only universal and industry-wide, science-based solution to help companies across the full spectrum of their business to create transparent supply chains and lead the industry forward. To create change on a global scale, in an increasingly volatile world, we must incentivize and support manufacturers and their suppliers to adopt new practices and design more sustainable products. TSC creates change through 4 key offerings:
TSC IN ACTION
Read more about TSC in action with our use-case studies with members and partners.
TSC IN THE NEWS
Article from Farm Journal Trust In Food and The Sustainability Consortium (TSC) provide actionable data on the complex relationship among farmers, their operations’...
May 17, 2021 – The Sustainability Consortium (TSC), alongside Field to Market, MyFarms, Ingredion, Coca-Cola and Walmart recently announced a unique partnership...
New Report Shows Product Manufacturers’ Sustainability Scores Improved 38% Since 2016, Companies Pursued Improvements During Global Pandemic
Scottsdale, AZ, May 13, 2021 - The Sustainability Consortium (TSC) reported today that between 2016 to 2020, the THESIS assessments of product manufacturers have...
New Research Shows Success with Digital Tags to Measure Clothing Use, Consumers More Positive About Durable Clothing Brands
TSC’s project goal is to demonstrate the feasibility of using digital technology to track clothing use and identify appropriate metrics and measurement protocols to enable communication between stakeholders.
Article from Wageningen University Climate change, resource depletion, inequality. The food and beverage (F&B) and retail sector is facing an unprecedented set of...
New Report Finds Companies Producing Home and Personal Care Products Increasingly Implementing Safer Practices
This report is the second report in an ongoing series aimed at using THESIS’ unique data set to raise awareness of key challenges and opportunities in creating more sustainable products.