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LONDON - The apparel and textiles industries are among those having the biggest impact on the world's water systems, according to a new report from the CDP international non-profit.

The CDP, formerly the Carbon Disclosure Project, assessed more than 200 different industrial activities across their whole value chain for its new 'Water Watch' impact index.

'Apparel design and manufacturing' received the highest impact rating of 18, which was deemed 'critical', as did 'cotton farming', while 'textiles', was rated 16, also 'critical'.

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