In the second half of 2021, Better Cotton welcomed more than 230 new members to its network as organisations across the cotton supply chain seek to collaborate to create a more sustainable future for cotton.
As well as working with partners around the world to provide training and support to more than 2.7 million cotton farmers, Better Cotton works with members across the cotton supply chain and beyond to ensure there is continuous demand and supply of Better Cotton.
New members in the second half of 2021 included 34 retailers and brands, 195 suppliers and manufacturers, and two civil society organisations. Find a full list of members who joined Better Cotton in the second half of 2021 here.
Better Cotton’s demand-driven funding model means that its Retailer and Brand Member sourcing of cotton as Better Cotton directly translates into increased investment in training for cotton farmers on more sustainable practices. Learn more about Better Cotton’s mass balance chain of custody model.
The two new Civil Society Members to join Better Cotton are UFAQ Development Organization (UDO), which focuses on fighting poverty, social injustice, and governance related issues in Pakistan, and The African Institute of Corporate Citizenship (AICC), which is committed to promoting responsible growth and competitiveness in Africa by changing the way companies do business in Africa.
The full list of all Better Cotton Members is available online here.
If your organisation is interested in becoming a Better Cotton Member and supporting more sustainable cotton farming practices around the globe, please visit the membership webpage, or get in touch with the Better Cotton Membership Team.