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SAN FRANCISCO – Just 18 months since accusing jeanswear giant Levi Strauss & Co., of “dragging its feet” in the face of climate change, environmental NGO has released a Filthy Fashion Climate scorecard, rating Levi’s the most committed global apparel brand due to its various sustainability targets.

Against points-based criteria, has graded the ambitions of leading apparel brands to drive sustainable change throughout their supply chains to create a list that clearly depicts those taking the boldest steps against those taking none at all.

Whilst Levi’s was joined by only American Eagle Outfitters as a brand with ambitions that would meet or reduce the 1.5°C warming threshold, a flurry of firms including Primark, Under Armour, Nordstrom and JC Penney scored zero, demonstrating no clear willingness to reduce scope one to three greenhouse gasses (GHGs) or utilise renewable energy.

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