fashion brands too slow on sustainability and ethics transparency report

Fashion brands “too slow” on sustainability and ethics transparency – report

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  • Published Jul 19, 2021 Reading time 2 minutes Download Print Text size aA+ aA- Published Jul 19, 2021 The fashion industry is continuing to be “too slow” to deliver details on ethical practices, according to a new report.
  • Photo: Pexels/Public domain The Fashion Transparency Index 2021, which tracks 250 of the world’s biggest brands and retailers in fashion, claims brands achieved an average transparency score of just 23% this year covering their sustainable practices, including carbon emissions, textile waste and fair pay for workers.
  • However, the report does show the companies that achieved the top overall scores include OVS, H&M, The North Face and Calvin Klein, among others.
  • The lowest performing brands include Roxy, Max Mara, Tory Burch, and Tom Ford.
  • Meanwhile, almost all of the biggest fashion brands — some 99% of them — still don’t disclose the number of workers in their supply chain who are paid a living wage.

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