US: Sustainable Apparel Coalition unveils new eco-index
By Petah Marian | 27 July 2012
Clothing and footwear firms including Nike, Marks & Spencer, Levi Strauss and Walmart are among those backing a new tool designed to measure sustainability and environmental impact across the industry supply chain.
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