BRAZIL: Levi's and H&M commit to water management
By Leonie Barrie | 19 June 2012
Business leaders from 45 companies, including Levi Strauss and H&M, have committed to improve their water management practices and are calling on governments to step up their efforts to tackle the global water crisis.
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