The Sustainability ConsortiumÂ® (TSCÂ®) is a global nonprofit organization working at the intersection of science and business to transform the consumer goods industry to deliver more sustainable products. TSC creates credible, scalable tools, strategies and services that are based in science, informed by stakeholders and focused on impact across the entire lifecycle of consumer products, including environmental, social and economic imperatives. The Sustainability Consortium is comprised of more than 100 members, including manufacturers, retailers, NGOs, civil society and corporations that work collaboratively on innovation for a new generation of products and supply networks. The Sustainability Consortium is jointly administered by Arizona State University and the University of Arkansas, with additional operations at Wageningen UR in the Netherlands and Nanjing University in China.
The Sustainability Consortium (TSC) reported today that of the top 100 CPG companies, 45 of these manufacturers performed THESIS assessments in 2019. These companies, plus the over 1,500 suppliers who use...
The Sustainability Consortium (TSC) announced today the release of its first Impact Report, marking a significant collaboration between leading multi-national corporations, civil society, and academia, combining science and metrics with practical guidance on implementation to accelerate the rise ...
The Sustainability Consortium (TSC) announced today that Freya Williams, CEO, Futerra, North America and author of Green Giants, and Jonathan Atwood, Vice President, Sustainable Business & Communications, Unilever North America, will open the annual TSC Summit in Washington, D.C. on ...
On October 22, 2015, The Sustainability Consortium (TSC) convened the “Sustainable Development and Business Practices – 2015 Green Supply Chain Forum” jointly with Tianjin Green Supply Chain Center (TGCC), China Environmental United Certification Center (CEC), Institute of Public and Environmenta...
The Sustainability Consortium hosted the Plastics Supply Chain Field Tour in the Houston and Freeport, Texas, areas on October 20-21. With the help of our sponsors—The American Chemistry Council, Dow Chemical, and Chevron Phillips Chemical—TSC guided a group of about 20 participants through facil...
The Tianjin Green Supply Chain Center (TGCC), China Environmental United Certification Center (CEC), Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs (IPE) and The Sustainability Consortium (TSC) will jointly convene “Sustainable Development and Business Practices – 2015 Green Supply Chain F...
Across fresh food supply chains, businesses are advancing environmental, social and economic values. Balancing production with continually improving conservation stewardship demands an aligned approach to measure and communicate on-farm sustainability in specialty crops (all fruits, nuts, and veg...
As The Sustainability Consortium (TSC) enters into the second half of 2013 and expands its global reach, TSC staff and stakeholders are proud to announce a partnership between TSC and Nanjing University, and the hiring of TSC’s China Director.
The Nanjing University partnership is a signif...