Sustainability events at ISPO Munich 2019

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Sunday, February 3

09:00 am – 06:00 pm

EOCA happy hour

Outdoor products sold at good prices with the profit going to European Outdoor Conservation Assocation’s (EOCA) projects.

Location: Entrance West, EWE.04


04:00 pm – 04:30 pm

An eco-friendly solution for global textile waste problem

Today, lacking a feasible technology or system to deal with textiles, textile waste is destined for landfills. With increased import regulations, shipping the problem away is no longer an option, and we are faced with the issue of “what do we do with it?”

Location: Hall C4, Booth C4.20

Monday, February 4

09:00 am – 10:00 am

Shaping a resilient future for fashion supply chains

Speaker: Angela Adams, Quantis International A review of the first science-based study to assess the environmental impacts of the global apparel & footwear industries. This talk will provide insight into the tools and technologies available to the fashion industry.

Location: B32


09:30 am – 10:15 am

Retail clinic with focus on sustainability

Guided Tour for retailers interested in learning more about sustainability and SOG brands.

Location: Hall A2, Scandinavian Bar A2.40


10:00 am – 11:00 am

Measuring a product’s duration of service

Learn about SAC’s approach to measuring a product’s duration of service. The Higg Product Module will use this methodology to measure the advantages of longer-lasting products.

Location: B32


01:00 pm – 02:00 pm

Textile mission project update – reduction of microplastic release from textiles

Learn about the Initiative against Micro-plastic Release in Environment, a joint research project funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research.

Location: A61


01:15 pm – 03:00 pm

Building business models for a circular economy

A talk on building sustainable business models to fit customer’s needs, whilst being commercially viable and benefitting society and the planet. Enviu will share some of their methods with attendees for application in their own businesses.

Location: B32


03:00 pm – 04:00 pm

Circular economy working group

The ”Accelerating Circularity Working Group” explains where the industry is at now and what it needs to make a circular value chain happen.

Location: B32


04:00 pm – 04:30 pm

An eco-friendly solution for global textile waste problem

Today, lacking a feasible technology or system to deal with textiles, textile waste is destined for landfills. With increased import regulations, shipping the problem away is no longer an option, and we are faced with the issue of “what do we do with it?”

Location: Hall C4, Booth C4.20

Tuesday, January 5

07:45 am – 09:00 am

EOG industry breakfast

Get updated on a range of topics including public activation, preserving nature and responsible business. Also aims to highlight opportunities in upcoming developments, from customer engagement to preparing for the emerging next generation of customers.

Location: Seeblick Restaurant


12:00 pm – 12:30 pm

From sustainability to circular economy. Activating new dimension of values for contemporary consumer

An excursus of the contemporary role of communication will set a new way of design thinking that represents a shift in culture to empower businesses to be competitive and socially responsible.

Location: Hall C4, Booth C4.20


02:00 pm – 03:00 pm

How to supercharge your sustainability strategy

Life cycle assessment (LCA) is a key term in the sustainability sphere. So what is LCA and how can it support your company on its sustainability journey? Learn the methodology and why robust metrics are vital for shaping sustainability strategies.

Location: B32


03:00 pm – 04:00 pm

Creating a standard product assessment: the Higg Product Module

An explanation of SAC’s Higg Product Module, which aims to be the trusted tool enabling simple, scalable, multi-purpose, and holistic environmental impact calculations for a range of apparel and footwear products.

Location: B32


04:00 pm – 05:00 pm

Single Use Plastics Project

Learn about the EOG SUPs (Single Use Plastics) Project, which will deliver a roadmap to significantly reduce single use plastics in the value chain by December 2019 as part of the EOG’s Retail Meets Brand Initiative.

Location: Hall A4, CSR Hub

Wednesday, February 6

4:00 pm – 05:00 pm

From sustainability to circular economy. Activating new dimension of values for
contemporary consumer

An excursus of the contemporary role of communication will set a new way of design thinking that represents a shift in culture to empower businesses to be competitive and socially responsible.

Location: Hall C4, Booth C4.20


Every day

11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Learn about the sustainable developments in the field of bio-based and biodegradable materials, meet the makers behind the projects and get inspired.

Location: Hall A4, ISPO CSR Hub, Greenroom Voice