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Fashion retailers told to engage with their supply chains

Handbags and shoes in fashion store
A lot of the fashion industry’s more environmentally harmful work takes place overseas and is not seen by consumers (Photo: Stephanie Keith/Bloomberg)

The fashion industry has ‘a dirty problem’, according to a new study by Planet Tracker.

Despite its net zero pledges, the fashion and textile industry continues to be regarded as opaque, with a lot of its more environmentally harmful work taking place overseas and away from consumers’ eyes.


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