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eco conception - mesure de l'impact sociétal et environnemental - formation esmod pro

Eco-design and measuring the impact on society
& environment 

In a few words

Eco-design is a method that aims to study and measure the environmental impact of a product's entire life cycle, and then develop scenarios to minimise this impact. Incorporating an eco-design approach into the creation of a product is necessary in order to comply with new regulatory requirements, differentiate our offer and attract new customers, while remaining within the limits of the planet.

Public concerned :

Anyone wishing to learn about eco-design in the fashion and textile sector. Professionals in the fashion sector, employees of brands and distributors of ready-to-wear clothing, textiles, accessories and footwear.

Young graduates or people who want to launch their own brand.

Practical information

Type of training : consult our agenda / or custom-made course
Training Format : On-site, minimum of 3 participants
Training duration : 1 day
Next sessions
  • 29 november

  • 6 february 2024

  • 9 april 2024

Cost of training : from 1,450 € 
(Quote on request for custom-made training)
Languages: french, english
Course location : ESMOD Paris 9ème
Descriptif détaillé

Description

Objectives

  • Providing the keys to understanding the concepts of eco-design and impact measurement.

  • Understanding the challenges of eco-design

  • Presenting the tools available that learners can use to implement eco-design

  • Being able to develop an eco-design approach within the context of your professional environment

Training Programme

1. Keys to understanding:  

A. Ice breaker - glossary

B. Key concepts 

 

-A multi-component approach

-A life cycle approach

-A multi-criteria / multi-impact approach

-Avoiding the transfer of impacts

-The functional unit

-A compromise approach

2. Context & Benefits of the approach

Consumer expectations / Regulations (AGEC & Environmental labelling) / Emergence of sustainable fashion

Quiz on validating prior learning

 

3. How to initiate an eco-design strategy

A. Identifying the issues

-Value - Mission - Objectives

-Which eco-design product and why?

 

B. Measuring the starting situation

-Available measurement tools

 

C. Planning improvements

 - Brézet wheel

 

D. Decision

 

E. Comparative environmental assessment

 

F. Communication

 

4. Case studies

Case study using eco-design software

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