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SAN FRANCISCO – New research suggests the net zero commitments of fashion brands are not aligned with guidelines laid down by the UN at COP27. The UN secretary general recently charged an expert group to define what a net-zero commitment should look like. The UN’s High Level Expert Group (HLEG) on Net Zero Emissions Commitment released guidance at COP27.

Analysis was carried out on the climate commitments of brands including American Eagle, UNIQLO, Gap, H&M, Zara, Kering, Levi’s, lululemon, Nike and VF Corporation. Stand.earth compared their current commitments against the HLEG guidance in three key areas: climate ambition, phasing out fossil fuels-transitioning to renewable energy, and transparency and accountability.

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