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GLASGOW – Signatories to the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action have agreed to update their science-based emission reduction targets in recognition of the swift need for climate action.  

Announced at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) today in Glasgow, the charter will now task companies with halving their carbon emissions by 2030, up from the previous 30 per cent required to meet the Paris Climate Agreement’s environmental targets.  

“In a time when the climate crisis is accelerating to unprecedented levels, we need the real economy to lead on climate action. The strengthened commitments of the fashion charter signatories are an excellent example of such leadership," said Niclas Svenningsen, the fashion charter’s manager of global climate action. 

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