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Published on Tuesday, 19 September 2017

Fashion brands to tackle climate change

Written by Tom Hinchcliffe

NEW YORK – Fashion brands Gap Inc., Nike, Levi Strauss, VF Corporation, Guess, and Eileen Fisher have joined the Science-based Targets Initiative (SBTI), which aims to help companies cut their greenhouse gas emissions in a bid to limit global warming to below the critical 2°C threshold. The companies join other clothing brands such as H&M, ASICS, Kering, Puma, Walmart, Inditex, Woolworths Holdings Ltd, Marks and Spencer, and One Jeanswear Company. To join the initiative, firms must publicly commit to a detailed emissions reduction goal.


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