BERLIIN – A new report from Greenpeace has slammed fashion brands for failing to provide relevant and useful sustainability information for consumers on product labels. The NGO also claims brands fail to provide the most important information of all relating to product volumes, claiming confidentiality. “This basic information on material volumes is hardly reported by any brands and is not even a requirement under the most commonly used reporting measures such as the GRI, a voluntary but standard measure which is widely used,” the report states. “This information is just as important as reporting of greenhouse gas emissions and should be the basis of sustainability claims.”
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