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Cashion East

Sr. Director of Analytics
Worldly

Cashion "Cash" East is a sustainability leader and strategist with over 15 years of experience in the environmental industry. He serves as the Director of Analytics for Worldly, where he designs and builds the technical underpinnings for sustainability software solutions for manufacturers, brands, and retailers. Cash leads the data science team responsible for implementing the data and methodology to ensure that companies have robust, accurate, and actionable results. JR Siegel, Worldly, Sr Director of Product Innovation

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3 Steps for Ensuring Complete, Accurate Primary Supply Chain Data
3 Steps for Ensuring Complete, Accurate Primary Supply Chain Data

Supply Chain / Primary data is the foundation of a strong sustainability program. This framework will help you effectively and efficiently collect the data you need to map, measure and reduce your supply-chain impacts, and meet reporting requirements. - 10 months ago

Sustainability Mythbusters: Products With 'Zero Emissions'
Sustainability Mythbusters: Products With 'Zero Emissions'

New Metrics / It's easy to use 'common sense' and make assumptions in sustainability, but does that get you the results you want? As a science-based method, LCA is an excellent tool to bust the myths that surround sustainability. In this series, we look at some common sustainability ideas to see if they are myth or truth. In today’s episode: the drive towards zero emissions. - 8 years ago

Measuring Sustainability, Part III: How a Sustainability Index Can Optimize Decision-Making
Measuring Sustainability, Part III: How a Sustainability Index Can Optimize Decision-Making

New Metrics / In the first two parts of this series, we explored the motivations behind creating a sustainability index, and the steps to take when creating an index. In this final part of the series, we will explore how organizations can deploy an index to make consistent decisions to support a sustainability strategy.After the index has been designed and created, the next task is to deploy it into the decisions-making structure. Let’s explore some examples of how other organizations have deployed this approach to make more sustainable products. - 9 years ago

Measuring Sustainability, Part II: Constructing a Sustainability Index
Measuring Sustainability, Part II: Constructing a Sustainability Index

New Metrics / In Part I of this series, we explored the basics of why a company would use a sustainability index to help guide decision-making. Here, we go into further depth on the steps to create such an index.Step 1: Determining what’s importantThe first step in defining a sustainability index is to determine what factors need to be considered for inclusion in the system. What is important to your company, your customers and your stakeholders? - 9 years ago

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Measuring Sustainability, Part I: The Basics of a Sustainability Index
Measuring Sustainability, Part I: The Basics of a Sustainability Index

New Metrics / When we work with a company that is just starting its sustainability journey, we try to focus on one central framing question: What does sustainability mean to your organisation? Sustainability has evolved way beyond merely measuring carbon emissions, which means it requires management of many factors. There are a multitude of impacts to consider: impacts on water use and water supply; impacts on human health; and even social impacts on workers and communities.What Does Sustainability Mean to You? - 9 years ago