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Collected traceability and transparency information, laws and regulations across the globe.
Laws and Regulations

How To Comply with EUDR

March 28, 2024

Pauline God

Policy and Partnership Manager
Since it came into effect in June 2023, the EU Regulation on Deforestation-Free Products (EUDR) has put fashion companies that use leather, rubber and wood on notice to ensure their supply chains are free from illegal deforestation. Now, the industry is racing to prepare for compliance, working towards a December 2024 deadline when the law’s main obligations will start to apply.
Due Diligence & Traceability

Navigate Your Compliance Risks by Gathering Data

October 16, 2023

Megan Doyle

Sustainable Fashion Journalist
There are three main categories of legislation to be aware of and develop your data collection strategy around due diligence, claims & labeling and sustainability reporting. Not all regulations fit neatly into one bucket. Some, like the EU Ecodesign for Sustainable Products Regulation Proposal, will cover aspects from several categories.
Laws and Regulations

Dutch Child Labour Due Diligence Act

January 25, 2022

TrusTrace Sustainability team

The Dutch Child Labour Due Diligence Act was adopted in 2019 by the Dutch Senate. However, in order for companies to prepare and fully investigate their supply chains, it is not expected to come into effect until mid-2022.

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