Five Brands and One Civil Society Organisation Have Joined BCI, Showing Their Support to Cotton Farmers Around the GlobeAnnouncements Friday, November 9th, 2018
During Q3 2018, the Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) welcomed Action Service & Distributie B.V. (the Netherlands), Deckers Outdoor Corporation (United States), El Corte Inglés (Spain), J P Boden Ltd. (United Kingdom), and Nederlandse dassenfabriek Micro Verkoop B.V. (the Netherlands) asthe newest Retailer and Brand Members to join BCI.
BCI also welcomed Gram Unnati Foundation (India) as the newest BCI Civil Society Member.
At the end of Q3 2018, more than 190 new organisations (across all BCI membership categories) had joined BCI, taking total membership to more than 1,390 members. You can find all BCI Members here.
What it means to be a BCI Retailer and Brand Member
BCI Retailer and Brand Members are committed to supporting a more sustainable future for cotton production. They pay a fee to BCI based on the amount of cotton they source as Better Cotton*. This fee is invested into training 1.6 million BCI Farmers on more sustainable agricultural practices like reducing inputs (water, pesticides) and addressing gender inequality and child labour issues.
What it means to be a BCI Civil Society Member
Civil Society Members are progressive not-for-profit organisations who are taking decisive steps towards securing a more sustainable future for cotton production by partnering with the Better Cotton Initiative.