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DUBAI – Many of the world’s leading fashion brands are unlikely to hit 2030 climate targets, new research has found. The supply chain emissions of 14 major fashion brands, including Kering, Ralph Lauren, Nike, PUMA, Fast Retailing, Gap, Levi’s, H&M, and Inditex were analysed. While 9 out of the 14 reported a decline in emissions from 2018/2019 to the end of 2022, their current trajectory means they are not projected to reduce emissions enough to meet their commitments to keep warming under 1.5C.

“[These brands] will fail unless serious action is taken in their supply chains to phase out fossil fuels and transition to renewable energy,” the report states.

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