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Published on Thursday, 06 April 2017

Interview: Melissa Fifield, senior director of sustainable innovation, Gap Inc.

Written by John Mowbray

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Gap Inc. believes water is a human right, and the US retailer says it is taking steps to address its impact while also ensuring safe access to clean water for communities touched by its business. "We see the nexus between water and women as one of the most important issues in the apparel value chain," says Melissa Fifield  Senior director of Sustainable Innovation, Gap Inc.

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