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SAN FRANCISCO - Fashion giant Levi's has outlined new environmental targets - including a pledge to be a net-zero carbon company by 2050 - in its newly published 2021 sustainability report.

The 16 goals cover focus areas including greenhouse gas emissions, water stewardship, circular economy, worker wellbeing in the supply chain, diversity, equity and inclusion, and social issue advocacy.

“These goals are crucial to the future of our business,” commented Chip Bergh, CEO and president of Levi Strauss & Co.

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