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LONDON – Growth in the fashion industry is outweighing attempts by brands and retailers to reduce their environmental impacts, according to a new report from the WRAP charity's Textiles 2030 initiative.

The Textiles 2030 Annual Progress Report 2021/22 reveals more than 110 businesses and organisations, representing 62 per cent of all clothing products on the UK market, have now signed up to the programme.

Billed as the world's most ambitious environmental programme for the sector, Textiles 2030 aims to halve carbon emissions by 2030, achieve net zero by 2050, reduce the water footprint of new products by 30 per cent, and increase circularity.

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