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SAN FRANCISCO - Denim giant Levi's is claiming significant progress in its progress on reducing its environmental impacts in its newly published '2022 Sustainability Goals & Progress Update' report.

The company said it was more than halfway to meeting its goal of a 40% absolute reduction in its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2025, against a 2016 base year, in its supply chain where the bulk of the industry's carbon footprint lies.

Levi's reduced supply chain GHG emissions by 23%, said the report, adding the company was working with its key suppliers to hit its targets which would require investments in both equipment and renewable energy.

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