More than 500 fashion retailers back supply chain deforestation pledge

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Firms representing more than $857bn in combined revenues have now signed up to the CanopyStyle initiative which aims to eliminate destruction of endangered and ancient forests from fashion supply chains

More than 500 leading fashion brands and retailers including H&M, Zara and Walmart have now signed up to a major new global pledge to avoid using products and materials associated with deforestation in...

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