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WASHINGTON DC - The majority of leading fashion and textiles companies are failing in their attempts to achieve greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reduction targets in their global supply chains, according to a new report.

Global non-profit Textile Exchange and the Climate Board B-corp joined forces with 40 leading retailers, brands and suppliers for the study, entitled 'Friction Points in Fashion and Textiles: Removing Barriers and Accelerating Climate Action'.

Companies, including Adidas, Bestseller, Birla Cellulose, Gap, H&M, Inditex, Kering, Lenzing, Levi's, Nike, Primark, PVH and VF Corp, contributed to the report under the Chatham House Rule in which the information they provided was shared, but their identities protected.

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