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PARIS – Within two years it may be mandatory for apparel brands and retailers in France to display environmental scores on the clothes they sell, as part of a new system the country’s government is considering.

These scores – already voluntarily used by some fashion brands – range from A to E and are assigned based on the environmental credentials of a garment: the CO2 produced during its manufacture and its water and chemical use; with an A rating signalling cleaner production practices.

This comes less than a month since France introduced new landmark anti-waste legislation for fashion brands and retailers as the country vies to clean up its act.

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