HAMBURG – The global fashion industry will not address its destructive impact on the climate without regulation, according to a new report by Greenpeace. Self-regulation: a fashion fairytale assessed 29 leading brands, including Nike, Adidas, H&M, G-Star and Primark, and found voluntary commitments are nowhere near enough to slow down the growing volumes of textiles and change the destructive trajectory of fast fashion. Most impacts are being felt in countries of the Global South, where clothes are made, and also dumped, Greenpeace claims.
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