Global industry group launches to promote sustainable cotton

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The Cotton 2040 coalition has been launched (photo: Mike Carberry, Cotton Australia)
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The Cotton 2040 coalition has been launched (photo: Mike Carberry, Cotton Australia)

M&S among members of international cross-sector coalition led by Forum for the Future that aims to promote sustainable cotton industry

Leading organisations and businesses across the retail, fashion and textiles sectors have today joined together to launch the new Cotton 2040 coalition and its goal of improving and promoting sustainable...

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