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STOCKHOLM – For the first time, H&M has publicly disclosed its Higg Index scores for the Higg Brand and Retail Module (BRM), which it says allows it to assess and communicate its annual social and environmental performance at the corporate level.

Verified independently by Bureau Veritas, H&M assigned environmental and social scores to its management systems, brand, retailer, stores, operations and logistics. The module gives a total ‘environment score’ out of a possible 100 per cent and a total ‘social score’ out of a possible 100 per cent.

H&M says that this year’s BRM scores will create a baseline to its work going forward and has set a goal to improve the total scores by 2 per cent next year. 

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