Fashion industry accused of water pollution blindspot

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Fashion industry accused of water pollution blindspot

Latest CDP report reveals vast majority of top fashion firms are failing to adequately respond to investor concerns over water-related risks across their value chain

The fashion industry has been accused of being "blind" to the risks of water pollution by a new report from investor-backed environmental disclosure platform CDP. The research, which has been released...

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