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SAN FRANCISCO – The Apparel Impact Institute (Aii) and World Resources Institute (WRI) have today published a new report which outlines six interventions the fashion and textile industries will have to make if they’re to combat increasing volumes of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

The report – The Roadmap to Net Zero: Delivering Science-Based Targets in the Apparel Sector – calculates that ongoing efforts will fail to register the 45 per cent emissions reduction required to meet the Paris Climate Agreement’s 1.5oC target.

“For each intervention, we estimate the potential GHG savings and identify the barriers and solutions to implementation. Combined, these six interventions could deliver over 60 per cent of the needed reductions to stay aligned with a 45 per cent reduction pathway,” authors say.

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