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VANCOUVER – Following the expansion of Canadian athleisure brand Lululemon’s resale programme across the US, environmental non-profit Stand.Earth has accused the company of dragging its heels on eliminating coal and fossil fuels from its supply chain.  

Of 47 brands and retailers, Lululemon was singled out for criticism in Stand.Earth’s Fossil-Free Fashion Scorecard last year, and was deemed to be “taking no meaningful action to get rid of coal and deploy renewable energy in the manufacturing of its products”. 

Muhannad Malas, senior climate campaigner of the Fossil-Free Fashion campaign at Stand.Earth, commented: “The latest IPCC report made it abundantly clear that if we are to have a solid chance to prevent the worst outcomes of climate change, businesses like Lululemon can no longer delay action to transition to renewable energy across the supply chain.” 

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