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We are revolutionizing our standards system.

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In 2021, we began a sweeping revision of our standards framework with the aim of developing a harmonized system that incorporates outcomes focused on our Climate+ strategy. The unified standard will let us track and communicate progress more efficiently and effectively across all of the fibers and materials in scope of our certification system, while increasing the value for participants. You can read a summary of the unified standard development in the project plan here.

Standards are crucial to help us reach our Climate+ goals

Adopt best practices

Drive greater adoption of best practices in fiber and material production and sourcing, contributing to sustainability outcomes.

Positively impact our planet

Reduce greenhouse gas emissions, improve soil health, increase biodiversity, and improve the use and quality of water.

Support key impact areas

Encourage best practices in the key impact areas for animal welfare, human rights and livelihoods, chemical management, and waste reduction.

Our focus area is fiber and material production.

We are also interested in seeing how we can link facility-level certification and/or practices with our chain of custody. Chain of custody through our Content Claim Standard will remain from source to end product, with the brand being the last organization along the supply chain requiring certification.

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Interested and impacted stakeholder groups influence our decision-making

We follow the , in addition to our own procedures for standard setting, accreditation, and certification. Our standards team is leading the revision process with the help of an International Working Group (IWG), which reviews, discusses, and guides decision-making. Previous IWGs have been established for single standards, but with this transition we are focusing on one IWG reviewing all of the related fibers and materials in scope for the unified standard and connecting to smaller subject matter expert groups that will inform its members.

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Use our summaries to navigate the draft document

To help stakeholders review the standard Draft 2, we have written material-specific guidance that explains at a high level the main changes that have been drafted and provides highlights across different criteria categories. This information will support how to go through the draft document, as well as what to look for based on the relevant industry specifics.
International Working Group

IWG members

The International Working Group (IWG0 is the group of stakeholders actively engaged in the development or revision of a standard.  IWG members are approved by a designated review committee. All IWG members are required to sign a charter (IWG charter) Indicating their commitment to the goals of the standard and the time need to be engaged in the process. Together with the Textile Exchange secretariat, the IWG reviews, discusses, and guides decision-making on how to incorporate scope topic areas in the standard. The IWG approves the draft versions of the standard before they are ready for public consultation as well as the final standard before it is published.  

Representation is limited to no more than 24 members that bring the following knowledge and perspectives.


EMEA – Europe, Middle East, and Africa

Americas – South, Central, and North America  

APAC – Asia Pacific/Oceania 


Raw material producers including farms

Supply chain companies 

Brands and retailers 

Certification bodies 

Civil society 


Soil health 


Water resources 

Animal welfare 

Human rights 

Communities and smallholders  

All International Working Group members


Andean Pastoral Livelihood Initiative (APLI)  

Aquafil S.p.A. 

Bureau Veritas CPS 

Inditex, S.A.  

Control Union Certification  

Donglong Home Textile Co., Ltd.  

Eastman Chemical Company 








Patagonia Inc.  

Soil Health Institute  

TAL Apparel Ltd.  

The Schneider Group  

The North Face  

USB Certification 

Verité, Inc. 

* It is important to note that IWG membership does not signify that each organization fully agrees on decisions taken for the final content in the standard.  IWG membership is intentionally designed to bring different perspectives together for open discussion and therefore is likely to result in diverse opinions.  Decisions are first taken by consensus but may move to vote when consensus is not reached.  As the entity ultimately responsible for the standard, Textile Exchange reserves the right to make final decisions regarding standard content and shall publicly disclose any decisions, including reasoning, that differ from the quorum of the IWG.

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