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In the news this issue: Banana Republic, Burberry, Dr Martens, H&M, Infinited Fiber, Kontoor Brands, Lee, Levi’s, MAS, Mi Terro, The Children’s Place, Worker Rights Consortium, Wrangler, and more.
In the news this issue: Aldo, Allbirds, Chanel, Extinction Rebellion, IDH, Inditex, Soko Chimica, The RealReal, Zara, and more.
In the news this issue: C&A Foundation, Gap, H&M, Levi’s, Loblaws, Primark, Uniqlo, Volcom, and more.
In the news this issue: Alinha Institute, Anta, Better Cotton Initiative, Boohoo, Brother Vellies, Burberry, C&A, C&A Foundation, Concordia Textiles, Fashion Revolution, Green America, H&M, Holzweiler, Lemlem, Levi Strauss, PurFi, Rodebjer, Stand Studio, Studio 189, Tommy Hilfiger, UpChoose, Victoria’s Secret, Zara, ZDHC, Zurita, and more.
In the news this issue: Armedangels, C&A, Canada Goose, Diesel, G-Star Raw, H&M, Kik, Kings of Indigo, Lee, Levi's, PETA, Primark, SMCP, Zara, and more.
In the news this issue: Fast Retailing, Gap, Inditex, JanSport, Labour Behind the Label, Nike, Target, The North Face, Uniqlo, VF, YR, Zara, ZDHC, and more.
In the news this issue: Apolis, Asos, Bestseller, Better Cotton Initiative, Everlane, H&M, Inditex, Lenzing, Li & Fung, Lidl, Lindex, Orsay, OVS, Primark, Stella McCartney, Tchibo, Zara, and more.
In the news this issue: Crystal Group, Extinction Rebellion, H&M, HeiQ, Napapijri, People Tree, Primark, Stella McCartney, Sustainable Apparel Coalition, VF, Zara, and more.
In response to rising concern over toxic chemicals in the fashion industry, sustainability accelerator GoBlu International has created an easy-to-use app which will revolutionize chemical management in global supply chains.
The BHive app uses OCR technology to allow manufacturing facilities to take smartphone photos of chemical product labels, and within seconds identify which products meet the sustainability requirements of many brands/retailers. Upon upload, all scanned chemicals are cross-referenced with the BHive’s database—currently backed by over 45,000 chemical products—and the system automatically generates a full and accurate chemical inventory. Facilities can then see which chemicals they should keep using and which they should phase out—all at a glance.
In the news this issue: Bestseller, Bossa, Ellen MacArthur Foundation, Galeries Lafayette, H&M, Inditex, Lidl, Lindex, LVMH, Orsay, Outerknown, PVH, Reebok, Stella McCartney, Target, Zalando and more.