The Sustainable Apparel Coalition, the Sustainable Trade Initiative, Target, PVH, Gap and others have launched Apparel Impact Institute (AII), with a goal to galvanise around collective action in the apparel industry.
The Fabric of Change initiative of Ashoka and the C&A Foundation is set for a scale-up, launching a new €250,000 Scaling Impact Fund as part of their joint venture supporting social innovation in the apparel industry.
Kicking off May 11, Copenhagen Fashion Summit 2017 expects more than 50 high level speakers to engage in panel conversations, which will address the most critical sustainability issues facing the fashion industry.
Japan based Fast Retailing, a public retail holding firm, aims to eliminate the use of hazardous chemicals across the entire lifecycle of its products by January 2020, says a company sustainability report.
The Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals Programme, a collaboration of brands, value chain affiliates and associate contributors, has added four new contributors to its group for sustainable chemical management.