Study: Fashion sector decarbonisation can deliver attractive financial returns to investors

Cecilia Keating
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UNEP calculates that fashion production and consumption is responsible for 10% of global emissions | Credit: iStock
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UNEP calculates that fashion production and consumption is responsible for 10% of global emissions | Credit: iStock

Major report calculates that $1tr will be required to decarbonise resource and carbon-intensive sector, of which just $50bn needs to be covered by government and philanthropy

There is a major opportunity for savvy investors to cash in on the fashion sector's efforts to decarbonise, with the majority of the $1tr-worth of investments required to transform the sector offering...

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