Atlantis Headwear Parent Company Enters Ellen MacArthur Foundation

The Ellen MacArthur Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to advocating and fostering the concept of a circular economy.

Ellen MacArthur Foundation
Image courtesy of Atlantis Headwear

Atlantis Headwear is delighted to announce a significant stride in its commitment to sustainability with the inclusion of its parent company, Master Italia S.p.A., into the Ellen MacArthur Foundation community.

Established in 2010, the Ellen MacArthur Foundation is a pioneering non-profit organization dedicated to advocating and fostering the concept of a circular economy. In contrast to the linear economy prevalent today, which is said to lead to the depletion of resources and accumulation of waste, a circular economy aims to minimize waste and regenerate natural systems by ensuring products and materials are reused, refurbished, recycled, or composted.

Through its extensive circular economy community, the Ellen MacArthur Foundation connects businesses, policymakers, financial institutions, and other stakeholders committed to transitioning to more sustainable practices. The foundation provides invaluable learning opportunities, facilitates knowledge exchange, and encourages participation in like-minded initiatives.

While the North American Atlantis Headwear line is already fully sustainable, Master Italia S.p.A. has meticulously crafted sustainability goals that shape daily operations at its Italian headquarters. According to the company, these objectives are integrated into a comprehensive action plan, guiding the brand’s trajectory toward becoming fully sustainable by 2025. Collaborations such as the one with the Ellen MacArthur Foundation are said to play a pivotal role in assisting Master Italia S.p.A. in achieving its objectives.

“We are thrilled to join the Ellen MacArthur Foundation community,” said Atlantis Headwear Vice President Federico Pasini. “This collaboration represents a further step on our journey towards a more responsible future. We are excited to contribute to the collective efforts aimed at creating a more sustainable, circular economy.”

Avatar of Marie Fennema

Marie Fennema

Marie Fennema is the managing editor of GRAPHICS PRO, including GRAPHICS PRO Today, covering news and guidance in apparel decoration, awards and engraving, and sign and digital printing.

View all articles by Marie Fennema  

Related Articles

Back to top button