Dcycle is the web tool that maps the company's sustainability.
Dcycle exists to enable our clients to easily and autonomously move forward in their sustainability transformation.
Sustainability shouldn’t be a separate process or strategy, it should be implemented on every action of the company.
At Dcycle we calculate the carbon footprint not only of companies and products, but also of events in order to understand and offset their environmental impact.
She has more than six years of experience in the sector and has won awards at more than 30 advertising and design festivals.
Making sustainability easy, attractive and profitable. That is our purpose as a company.
The three themes raised in the event: circular systems, local ecosystems and impact measurement, will shape the discussion of what the future of fashion will look like.
These five priorities set a path for the fashion industry to become a circular system through communication and cooperation between all stakeholders.
The 27 countries of the European Union have agreed to invest 750 billion euros to create a stronger, more digital Europe with a lower environmental impact.
Making the fashion industry increasingly sustainable.
In its innovation journey, Celicioso has become the first Spanish company to make its 2020 carbon footprint negative.
Ecodicta was created to extend the life cycle of clothes, connecting people who want to share and take care of their clothes.
The fashion brand that doesn’t just make clothes to wear, but to activate and inspire joins Dcycle to drive its sustainable transformation.
The brand is very mindful of the environment and therefore creates its collections under the philosophy that less is more.
Thanks to new technologies and with an eye on the circular future, Recovo, the B2B marketplace where fashion brands can buy and sell surplus premium fabrics, has emerged.
It is a reference point for professional photography where film and television shoots, photo shoots, exhibitions and all kinds of audiovisuals are held.
A collection of the most relevant sustainability terms, their category and definitions.
A collection of the most relevant and newest textile fibres, their properties, use, production processes, and environmental impact.
Measuring the carbon footprint is essential to be able to reduce or eliminate the environmental impact generated by products, services or consumption habits.
Carbon offsetting is achieved by supporting projects that absorb an amount equivalent to the tonnes of CO2 generated.
They affect not only the economy, but also the environment and society.
The carbon footprint measures the amount of greenhouse gases (GHG) produced directly or indirectly by humans.
Dcycle measures the carbon footprint of Scope 1, 2, and 3, i.e. both direct emissions and emissions generated by third parties, but originating from the company’s activity.
It requires companies to commit to social and environmental sustainability.
87% of textile products are incinerated or landfilled, accounting for 7% of overall waste.