HM is one of the largest consumers of cotton globally. Does HM have a responsibility and/or incentive to source sustainable cotton?
The jeans made by Levi Strauss & Co. are known for their high quality and durability. However, they are facing a major threat from an unlikely opponent, climate change. Can Levi’s protect their prized product from this threat?
Nike must position itself to rely less on cotton as temperatures rise and droughts become more frequent.
In 2012, Levi Strauss &amp;amp;amp; Co., a denim jean retailer, created the “Climate Change Agenda” to address climate change head-on. The agenda focuses on achieving measurable progress combating climate change through operations, supply chain and education. While they clearly are a leader in the space, are they doing enough?
A pair of jeans – from its days as a cotton seed to its drop-off at Goodwill – can use nearly 3,800 liters of water. Can the Levi Strauss Water<Less process help reduce this consumption?
How retailer Zara is working to offset the environmental impact of its popular and affordable fast-fashion designs.
NIKE efforts to reduce their global footprint
When 95% of your product line is made from one agricultural commodity, climate change is a big deal.