Green fashion leaders strip carbon, water and waste from operations

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Retailers need to focus on 'priority garments' like womens' jeans and jumpers to cut environmental impact, says WRAP
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Retailers need to focus on 'priority garments' like womens' jeans and jumpers to cut environmental impact, says WRAP

Members of the Sustainable Clothing Action Plan report positive progress on attempts to give fashion industry a green makeover

A coalition of major fashion retailers are making progress against promises to cut their environmental impact, with the results of a new report suggesting the group is on track to meet 2020 targets to...

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