Houdini Sportswear has announced that the complete Houdini Planetary Boundaries Assessment will be published in September. The company is currently in the process of analyzing the data, while more data is being collected in partnership with its supplier partners. The ongoing analysis is supposed to go into the holistic footprints of specific fibers and practices, in accordance with the Planetary Boundaries framework. In addition to this framework, the social and ethical parts will be assessed based on the Oxfam Doughnut framework and the UN's Sustainable Development Goals. Houdini is collaborating with Albaeco, a Swedish non-profit organization, on what it calls the first corporate Planetary Boundaries Assessment ever. The Planet Boundaries framework was first introduced in 2009, when a group of 28 scientists, led by Johan Rockström from the Stockholm Resilience Centre and Will Steffen from the Australian National University, identified and quantified the first set of nine planetary boundaries we should remain within to avoid unsustainable global environmental change. The collaboration between Houdini and Albaeco aims to create an open-source method for assessing business according to the Planetary Boundaries criteria.