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Published on Friday, 23 January 2015

Apparel brands “cor­porate leaders in sustainability”

Written by Tommy Lee

DAVOS – Retailers H&M, adidas Group and Marks & Spencer are three of the world’s 100 most sustainable organisations according to the annual ‘Global 100 Index’ list, published at the ongoing World Economic Forum in Switzerland. Ranked 3rd, 16th and 75th respectively, adidas, Marks & Spencer and H&M are all said to meet the corporate sustainability assessment criteria to have made the list, which is based on sustainability indicators covering economic, environmental and social aspects of the organisations. Third-ranking adidas has was listed on the 2014 Global 100 Index at 8th, and at 17th in 2013.


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