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HAMBURG - A new report on the 'sustainability' efforts of global brands including Nike, Adidas, H&M, G-Star and Primark concludes the fashion industry will never succeed in tackling its climate impact without regulation.

The report from Greenpeace Germany, entitled 'Self regulation: a fashion fairytale', assesses 29 leading brands and says that their voluntary commitments are nowhere near enough to slow down the growing volumes of textiles.

It says that most environmental impacts are being felt in countries of the Global South, where clothes are made and that legislation is the only way to change the "destructive trajectory of fast fashion".

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