GLASGOW — Major fashion brands have renewed the terms of the UN Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action after convening at COP26. The renewed Charter commits signatories to halving emissions by 2030 – an update on the previous target of 30 per cent reductions by 2030 – and achieving net-zero emissions by no later than 2050.
The new commitments came three years after the formation of the Charter, which was launched at COP24 in Katowice, Poland, in December 2018. Currently, 130 companies and 41 supporting organisations that have signed the Charter, including well-known brands such as Burberry, H&M Group, VF Corporation, Adidas, Kering, Chanel, Nike, and Puma.
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