The SCAP 2020 Commitment sees leading organisations from across clothing sector – supply, re-use and recycling – working together to reduce the environmental footprint of clothing SCAP’s ambition is to improve the sustainability of clothing across its lifecycle SCAP is overseen by a Steering Group, consisting of major retailers, brands, recyclers, sector bodies, NGOs and charities, and four working groups: Re-use & Recycling, Influencing consumer behaviours, Metrics and Design for Longevity. Leading clothing sector companies have pledged to measure and reduce their environmental footprints and signed up to the SCAP 2020 Commitment. Starting from a baseline year of 2012, SCAP Signatories have committed to: 15% reduction in carbon footprint; 15% reduction in water footprint; 15% reduction in waste to landfill; and 3.5% reduction in waste arising over the whole product life-cycle. The reduction is measured per tonne of clothing. The carbon and water impacts are measured as footprints over the whole product life-cycle.