Following the four-year anniversary of the Rana Plaza tragedy, the European Commission is taking additional steps to foster more sustainable supply chains in the global garment industry.Read more
Westfield is helping mall shoppers reduce their carbon footprint with a new sustainable initiative.Read more
Walmart isn’t slowing down on its pledge to protect the environment.Read more
Lenzing is going beyond its eco-friendly market presence to foster a better planet.Read more
Once the purview of independent designers, “green” textiles are no longer relegated to the sidelines; they're now reshaping traditional supply chains and closets.
Apart from getting attention for its proximity to the United States at a time when brands and retailers are looking to shorten their supply chains, apparel industry manufacturers in El Salvador have efforts in place to keep the sector sustainable.
From reducing greenhouse gas emissions to introducing eco-friendly fibers, here’s what some businesses are doing to make the apparel industry more sustainable.
For Target, fostering a greener supply chain goes beyond the products themselves.
H&M is recognizing industry innovators for their eco-friendly apparel ideas.
Despite efforts to curb pollution, many consumers are still unaware about how clothing consumption hurts the Earth.