Here are last week’s top trending stories on Just Style:
Bangladesh remains confident despite slowdown of clothing orders
South Asian clothing manufacturers are facing lean times, with international brands reducing or cancelling orders, but industry association leaders are looking towards a recovery by the end of this year.
How can apparel businesses prioritise ESG?
A Q&A session held at Sedex’s Xplore Sustainability event advised businesses on achieving sustainability, adhering to regulations, and avoiding greenwashing.
Put a ring on it: Fashion circularity must be more than a proposal
Ever the trend-setters, the French have moved first on fashion sustainability legislation.
Nike faces shareholder proposal over supply chain human rights concerns
Activist shareholder platform Tulipshare has released a shareholder proposal requesting a report from NIKE on whether its policies are adequate in meeting its stated equity goals and human rights commitments.
BCI, Tajikistan sign MoU in support of sustainable cotton production
The Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) has signed an MOU with Tajikistan’s Ministry of Agriculture to further support the production of more sustainable cotton across the Central Asian nation.
H&M, LanzaTech partner on collection using carbon emissions
Swedish fashion retailer H&M has partnered with LanzaTech to launch a capsule collection using captured carbon emissions.
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