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H&M Bets on These Sustainability Innovators to Help it Dial Back Fast Fashion’s Impacts

H&M is trying to bring sustainable innovation to scale. And though some might argue the fast fashion purveyor has been a leader in the movement to more of the very throwaway clothes the industry is now trying to save from landfills, it’s also been a leader in finding new ways for fashion to do less damage.

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Pivot or Die: The Megatrends That Will Capsize Your Supply Chain if You’re Not Paying Attention

If last year meant change for the apparel industry, this year it’s time for a pivot. And in particular, a pivot toward more sustainable business practices. Without it, extinction will be a sure bet.

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When Made in China Means Ethically Made

Speaking on the bold topic of “When Made in China Means Ethically Made,” Liz Hostetter, chief executive officer of made-to-measure company Ellie Kai didn’t deny that it’s a challenge.

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SustainabilityNews

Target Sets Goal of 100 Percent Sustainable Cotton by 2022

Target is setting a goal to source 100 percent sustainable cotton by 2022 for its owned and exclusive national brands in apparel, home and essentials, and is introducing a new policy to help guide the way.

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SustainabilityReport

Report: The Industry Has the Circularity Concept All Wrong—And What Companies Can Do to Get It Right

Circularity has been among the latest of the industry’s buzzwords, the thing that’s expected to save the environment from the apparel industry, but many companies are only making short-term efforts when it comes to waste management in particular.

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