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COPENHAGEN - A new report from the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL), the Fashion Pact and Conservation International maps out how the fashion, textile and apparel industry can implement the first science-based targets for nature.

The report, released at the Global Fashion Summit in Copenhagen, comes after the Science Based Targets Network (SBTN) launched the science-based targets for nature earlier this year, with more than 60 brands including H&M, Kering and LVMH among the first signatories.

SBTN, a coalition of nearly 50 environmental organisations, hopes the science-based targets for nature will become a global standard for ambitious corporate action across freshwater, land, ocean, biodiversity and climate.

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