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NEWS UPDATES 03 July 2019

Trending: Fashion Giants Lining Up with Science-Based Targets

As Levi Strauss moves forward with its industry-leading climate action strategy, PUMA and Burberry are following suit with SBTi-approved science-based targets of their own.

Levi Strauss partners with IFC to reduce emissions, water use in textile factories

In 2018, Levi Strauss set a high bar for the fashion industry when it announced a new climate action strategy, complete with aggressive science-based targets to reduce carbon emissions throughout its entire global supply chain, not just its owned-and-operated facilities, by 2025. Now, the apparel brand has announced the latest step in the strategy — a cooperation agreement with International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, that will help the company meet its corporate sustainability objectives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) and water use in its supply chain.



(Source: Sustainable Brands)