Greenpeace Announces the Most Eco-Friendly Fashion Labels Greenpeace wants to detox the catwalk.
Greenpeace has praised Inditex, Benetton and H&M for “leading the industry towards a toxic-free future” in its third Detox Catwalk campaign to eliminate h Greenpeace announces the most eco-friendly fashion brands
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Greenpeace have announced the stars of their Detox Catwalk 2016, a leaderboard of fashion brands making efforts to clean up the industry and set a new standard in toxic-free fashion. Their aim: to encourage companies to make their own Detox commitment by eliminating all hazardous chemicals from the supply chain by 2020.
Greenpeace relied on three main criteria for its scoring. First, the group looked at each company’s chemicals-management system, in particular its Manufacturing Restricted Substances List and the methodology used to establish that list.
Apple scored A in energy transparency, renewable energy commitment, energy efficiency and renewable procurement. Surprisingly, for a company which is noted for speaking out on environmental issues, Greenpeace only awarded the company a B grade for advocacy.
Greenpeace on why fashion is at a crossroads Greenpeace has never been on the best of terms with the fashion industry. The global NGO is known to criticize the fashion industry for its lack of commitment to making its sector more sustainable.
Greenpeace announces the most eco-friendly fashion brands Greenpeace has praised Inditex, Benetton and H&M for “leading the industry towards a toxic-free future” in its third Detox Catwalk campaign to eliminate hazardous chemicals by 2020.
Greenpeace Italy has called upon 15 upscale designers to partake in its latest eco-friendly motion, one that kicked off on February 7th. Among the designers mentioned have been Valentino, Versace, Louis Vuitton, Dolce & Gabbana and Chanel.
Greenpeace Ranks Valentino Greenest Fashion Brand Carol King | Monday, March 11, 2013 – 12:15 Italian fashion house Valentino emerges as the most eco-friendly luxury fashion brand in a survey conducted by environmental organisation Greenpeace regarding environment policies.