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H&M, Adidas and Benetton among the fashion brands with best and worst green practices

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Mar 19, 2015

Greenpeace has taken on the fashion world with "Detox Catwalk", an online platform assessing the green credentials of major fashion brands.

Greenpeace has released its ranking of fashion brands according to their environmental efforts Yuri Arcurs/shutterstock.com


The platform shows which labels are removing toxic chemicals such as hormone disruptors from their supply chains and tackling water pollution. It also exposes the steps they are taking towards having their suppliers' publicly disclose pollution information.

Top "Detox leaders" applauded this year include Inditex (which owns Zara), Puma and Valentino, while sports brands Nike and LiNing trail behind in their practices, according to Greenpeace.

For more, see www.greenpeace.org/detoxcatwalk
 

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