Golden Gate University’s Blockchain Law for Social Good Center featured an article on the collaboration between SHINE, Levi Strauss & Co, New America and ConsenSys to develop a blockchain platform solution for measuring worker well-being in supply chain factories.
LS&Co. is, of course, more famous for its jeans than its worker well-being programs. Yet the company’s innovative approach to sustainability goes beyond clothing. In 2019, the company joined with the Digital Impact and Governance Initiative at New America, the Sustainability and Health Initiative for Netpositive Enterprise (SHINE) at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and ConsenSys to create an open-source, blockchain-powered assessment tool that can track worker well-being in its suppliers’ factories. The Levi Strauss Foundation and the U.S. State Department also contributed to this project.
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