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PARIS – French fashion giant Kering and environmental non-profit Conservation International have announced the first cohort of grantees under their Regenerative Fund for Nature.

Seven organisations were selected from a pool of 73 applicants who will now be apportioned funds to help drive the initiative’s ambition of transitioning one million hectares of land to regenerative practices in fashion’s cotton, wool, cashmere and leather supply chains.

“We had a tremendous response and the first grantees were selected from excellent proposals, showing both the appetite and the opportunity to scale regenerative farming practices globally,” said Kering’s chief sustainability and institutional affairs officer, Marie-Claire Daveu.

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