'A fashion sector fit for the future': Top fashion brands launch Textiles 2030 climate initiative

Cecilia Keating
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Environmental Audit Committee set to hold evidence session on initiative this afternoon, days after government confirms it is considering a new clothing trade adjudicator

Boohoo, Asos, Primark, Next, M&S, Primark, and John Lewis are among 18 major fashion brands that have teamed up on a major environmental initiative geared at reducing the sector's significant environmental...

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