Z Score Breakdown

Animal Welfare Score: 69/100

Are animals treated humanely, or does the company avoid using animal-derived materials in its products?

Another Tomorrow says:
We are committed to never using materials that require the suffering or killing of animals, educating our community on the realities of the treatment of animals in fashion supply chains, and supporting the practice of forging farm-level relationships and allowing domesticated animals to live their full natural lifespans in comfort.

Chemicals Score: 67/100

Does the company utilize chemicals that are potentially harmful to the planet or humans in the process of manufacturing products? If so, is it using and disposing of them responsibly?

Another Tomorrow says:
The health of our customers is critically important to us and we ensure all our products conform to international safety standards. Using a PRSL, Product Restricted Substance List, we keep harmful chemicals off our clothing. We likewise ensure the control of the use of chemicals at all stages of the manufacturing process. For Another Tomorrow, it is not acceptable to use many standard chemicals in processing and then wash them off to meet final product safety standards. This intermediate use can result in damage to the aquatic system and give rise to health issues to employees and communities in places of manufacture.
Therefore, just as Another Tomorrow tracks the origins of fibres and raw materials, we work with our supply chain to ensure chemicals are managed to ambitious levels at each stage of production.

Circularity Score: 72/100

Can the product or its materials be re-used or does it become waste? Sustainable design practices to encourage repairability, durability, recyclability, and more can create a circular pathway for the product at the end of its life.

CO2 & Energy Use Score: 75/100

How efficiently is energy used by the company? Is it procured from renewable sources?

Another Tomorrow says:
Another Tomorrow is committed to offsetting the full carbon footprint of its Scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions at over
120%, including shipping of goods to the final consumer.

Humanity Score: 61/100

How does the company impact the humans involved in its supply chain? Is it equitable or exploitative? Are there opportunities for advancement through professional training? Does the company benefit society?

Another Tomorrow says:
We view our suppliers as partners and are proud to manufacture our garments in Italy and Portugal. We keep our supply chains as short as possible by maintaining proximity with our mills and working exclusively with those who share our values of paying living wages, treating workers with respect, and providing safe, comfortable working conditions.

Water Use Score: 60/100

How efficiently is water used in the construction of the product and materials used to fabricate it.

Supply Chain & Transparency Score: 71/100

How well does the company understand its supply chain? Does it have agreements stipulating fair treatment and traceability of the components of each product? How transparent are they?

Another Tomorrow says:
At Another Tomorrow, we are committed to providing the greatest degree of transparency we can about each of our pieces.

To do so, we have partnered with the Internet of Things company, EVRYTHNG, to create a unique digital identity for every single one of our pieces.

We link each unique digital ID to a database of information about how the piece was made and assign it a QR code placed on the care label that you can activate simply by using the camera app on your mobile device. When activated, a webpage pops up that visualizes the piece’s provenance journey and provides you key sustainability facts.

ANIMAL WELFARE CHEMICALS CIRCULARITY CO2 & ENERGY USE HUMANITY WATER USE SUPPLY CHAIN & TRANSPARENCY