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Textile industry criticised for lack of ESG targets in executive pay

An Adidas store in Chicago: Adidas was one of only two brands found to report annually on clear sustainability-linked objectives in executive pay (Photo: Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Several high-profile textile companies do not link executive pay to any sustainability targets, according to analysis by Planet Tracker. Non-profit Planet Tracker is urging investors in major textile brands to step up their stewardship activities and put pressure on companies to incorporate sustainability-linked targets in their executive pay policies. Planet ...

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